The time for Bayern Munich head coach Julian Nagelsmann to part ways with the club is getting closer and closer.
There was a claim that it was not the hardship that was initially known, but that it was mutual.
Reporter Florian Plattenberg of ‘Sky Sports Germany’, who is familiar with Bayern Munich news, told SNS on the 24th (Korean time), “Director Nagelsmann knew that he would be sacked from the 23rd. He will be notified of the final decision soon.” reported that
Coach Nagelsmann, who has led Munich since the 2021/22 season, is likely to break up with Munich. German local media, including Bild, all reported the dismissal of coach Nagelsmann.
The reason Nagelsmann was fired was none other than poor performance. Munich, which is recording 15 wins, 7 draws and 3 losses (52 points) in the Bundesliga this season, is in second place behind rival Borussia Dortmund (53 points).
In the midst of a sluggish season, the 1-2 come-from-behind defeat against Bayer Leverkusen in the 25th round of the league on the 20th became the decisive blow, and the Munich leadership decided to change the manager.
However, reporter Plattenberg explained that coach Nagelsmann would leave Munich with a mutual termination, not a hardship.
Reporter Plattenberg said: “The important thing is that Nagelsmann is released, not fired. He will receive his salary from Munich until he finds a new club.”
“Nagelsmann’s division, Dino Topmöller and assistant coaches Ksafer Sembrod, will also leave Munich,” he added.
Born in 1987, 36-year-old Nagelsmann earned the nickname ‘genius director’ as he succeeded as a director at a young age. 바카라사이트
Nagelsmann, who has the record for the youngest Bundesliga coach to debut, was recognized for his leadership by successfully leading Hoffenheim and RB Leipzig.
Coach Nagelsmann, who showed outstanding leadership at a young age, took the helm of Bundesliga champion Munich following former coach Hansi Flick, but left without completing the contract period, leaving regret.
Meanwhile, Munich decided to appoint Thomas Tuchel, who had been independent since he was sacked from Chelsea in September last year, as Nagelsmann’s successor.