On Wednesday evening an imaginary bomb was detonated on German soil. Bayern Munich management decided to sack Julian Nagelsmann as A-team coach. His successor will be former PSG and Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel.
It is true that the current season is not going according to the best expectations for the Bavarian team. After ten years of total domination, it is possible that they will not be able to win their home competition, the Bundesliga.
After twenty-five rounds played, they are in second place, one point behind leader Borussia Dortmund. In the 2011/12 season, it was “Die Borussen ” who were the last team to take the title from Bayern.
Most likely because of the “league” troubles, the club’s management decided to detonate this bombshell on Wednesday night. Journalist Fabrizio Romano, a master in his field, confirmed everything on his social media.
Nagelsmann’s successor will be Thomas Tuchel. He had already agreed to the terms of his contract. The German coach has been out of a job for the last six months, having been sacked by Chelsea’s new owner Todd Boehly in September.
The main problem should have been the not-so-warm relations between the two players. Now, however, new doors are opening for the experienced forty-nine-year-old German. After all, he already has a millionaire Champions League triumph to his credit.
“I lost the Champions League final because of Tuchel, so I hope to win it this year because of him,” Joao Cancelo remarked. The Citizens lost the final clash with Chelsea by the narrowest of margins, 1-0.
The interesting thing about the whole situation is that Nagelsmann has not yet been officially contacted, he has only seen the information on social media. The club is expected to comment on the matter during Friday. However, it is 100% confirmed that the information is true.
Source: Fabrizio Romano, Livesport
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