Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn has announced the club’s decision to sack manager Julian Nagelsmann.
This decision became clear today, on March 24. Along with Nagelsmann, assistant coaches Benjamin Gluck, Xavier Zembrod and Dino Toppmel were released.
“We came to the conclusion that despite being champions in the Bundesliga last year, the quality of our team is becoming less and less important. After the World Cup we played less successfully and less attractively.
Unstable performances made us question our goals for the future as well as our goals for this season. That’s why we’ve taken action now,” Kan said on the club’s official website and continued as follows:
35-year-old Nagelsmann was replaced by 49-year-old Thomas Tuchel. The player, who has a contract until 30 June 2025, will train for the first time on Monday, 27 March.
Led by Nagelsmann this season, Bayern eliminated Paris Saint-Germain from the tournament and reached the 1/4 finals of the Champions League in the 2022/23 season. Having collected 52 points at the end of 25 weeks in the Bundesliga, the team ranks second in the ranking.
Tuchel’s last club was Chelsea London. He has been at the head of the English club since January 2021, leading them to Champions League glory. The German also won the UEFA Super Cup and the Club World Cup with his team. He retired in September 2022.
The German specialist was in charge of PSG, Borussia Dortmund and Mainz before Chelsea.
He was previously reported to be the former captain of Bayern and Germany national football team Philipp Lahm. compared to PSG with its repository of things no one can afford.
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