Lothar Matheus started a fire shortly after Bayern was eliminated by Paris Saint-Germain that night: "This was the last game of Hansi Flick on the Bayern bench in the Champions League. He is the first option to succeed Joachim Low on the national team bench and he will accept that offer in the summer," the legendary ace fired from the cannon.
"The club from Munich has already contacted Julian Nagelsman, to be the next coach of Bayern," added Mateus and caused a real "fire" in Germany. RB Leipzig did not respond, but Julian Nagelsmann did. And right in the morning: "They were not there, nor are any negotiations with Bayern underway.
The same goes for my agents. I really don't know where Lothar got such information from. " As is usually the case, denials never have the force of the original news, so new information is only grafted onto the original.
Nagelsmann's words didn't seem to exist. Thus, Sport1.de writes today that Leipzig will not give up the young expert so easily, but that it will not rule out the possibility of parting. Of course, the Bulls would like to keep one of the most talented coaches in Europe.
Thus, according to the same source, they determined the amount of compensation, which will not be less than 15,000,000 euros, and could go up to 20,000,000.
That would be an absolute record when it comes to coach transfers in Germany.
Leipzig resisted Bayern for a long time until this year the Bavarians never bought from the Red Bull Club (until the buyout clause from the contract of Dayot Upamecano was activated), but it is obviously confirmed once again that no one can resist the Bavarians in Germany.
And for that reason, it will be interesting to see how they will oppose the champion in this new case. The same was the case with Upamecano when it looked like Bayern would not bring in the Frenchman, yet Bayern took the win in the end And while the media are speculating about a big coaching transfer, there are rumors in Munich that there is no meeting of the board of directors for now.
All the most important people from the club were on the plane on the way back from Paris, and no one announced a meeting and a conversation about his future to Hansi Flick. For now. We will continue to monitor the situation, and it will be interesting to find out if Nagelsmann can really take the helm of Bayern