This is the great shipyard of Bayern Munich. Released from part of his dressing room, Croat Niko Kovac preferred to throw himself in the towel and leave the job of coach for more than a year. To replace him, the Munich leadership chose to rely on Hans-Dieter Flick. An interim solution, though CCB President Uli Joenas has recently said that the former blacksmith's deputy will remain at the helm for some time. "After a week so exceptional with two convincing wins, we can't say that Chance Flick will be fired and we will have someone in the next few months.".
Because Bayern's goal is now clearer. Unless the team pulls out, Flick has to lead the ship by the end of the season. Until then, the Bavarian leaders would have had time to recruit the most honored name and roster coach. Recently, Eric Ten Hague (Ajax Amsterdam) and Thomas Tuchel (PSG) were named as the two favorites, despite denying a Paris coach whose desire would be to stay in the capital until the end of his contract (2021). Information or intoxicating? Sports Bild this morning brings a new element that will undoubtedly fully revive the game. Tuchel and Ten Hague are well followed, but Bayern are considering returning Pep Guardiola (Bayern coach between 2013 and 2016)!
Guardiola has not stayed in his clubs for more than three years
A rumor that will cause a lot of noise among our German neighbors, but especially in England where the civil technician is going through a rather complicated period after being ridiculed by the British press after his defeat against Liverpool last weekend. . After the Battle of Leroy Sane in Manchester City's abduction, Bayern can do even more to offer the services of the British giant's boss, whose contract lasts until 2021? In football, nothing is impossible. In any case, the German newspaper found several reasons to hang out to continue dreaming of Guardiola's return to the Allianz Arena.
Guardiola traveled to Munich a few months ago to visit a Bayern training center. The newspaper also claims that the coach's family felt at home in Bavaria. A situation that would not be exactly the same in Manchester, as she would return to live in Spain. Then, the former FC Barcelona coach would like to change cycle every three years. He has been in Munich for three years and this season is … his third in City. Finally, Guardiola would keep the apartment he bought when he arrived in Germany. Will that be enough? The saga has been launched.