Bayern Munich president Herbert Heiner denied speculation that a deal that made Julian Nagelsmann the club’s new coach could cost the German championship up to 25 million euros. Quickly transformed an internal competitor into his outgoing Hansi Flick’s long-term successor.
The amount proposed in the transaction ranges from 15 million euros (13 million pounds / 18 million US dollars). However, Heiner believes that record trades are not a big deal for coaches. Bayern President Heinerhas told our reporter: “We must reach an agreement with Leipzig because Julian Nagelsmann is still in contact with him. Don’t believe all rumors.
Heiner added: “The 33-year-old player’s The financial indicators are: FC Bayern is one of the best teams in Europe and it also needs top-notch coaches. “We did it by signing Julian Nagelsman. Why did Bayern Munich want to enter the market? For a new boss? These agents were shocked when Flick announced that he would retire at the end of the season. His contract It was supposed to last until the summer of 2023, but it has agreed to terminate these terms early.
Obviously, Bayern is disappointed to lose a player who led them to win in the Bundesliga, DFB Cup, DFL Super Cup, Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup, but they believe Nagelsmann is The ideal candidate. On the bench: We have had a very successful moment as head coach of Hansi Flick, and we are very grateful for that. Six championships in a season-only Pep Guardiola won in 2009 Barcelona champion. “Now we have succeeded.
He hired Julian Nagelsmann (Julian Nagelsmann), although he is young, he has built an impressive career and is in high demand in Europe. “Julian Nagelsmann is from Bavaria and has repeatedly emphasized that Bayern Munich is the problem that worries him. I am very happy that things are going so fast. “We talked to Hansi Flick, but in the end he thought Make changes after this season. Then we complied with this request. “