The departure of Hans-Dieter Flick from Bayern prompted the Bavarian management to look for a new coach and has already found one
Julian Nagelsmann became the most expensive coach in soccer history. The Bayern Munich disbursed, according to EFE, 20 million euros for the German strategist to lead the Bavarians from the following season. With this figure, it exceeds the 15 million euros that Chelsea paid for André Villas-Boas in 2011.
This Tuesday, Bayern Munich announced Julian Nagelsmann as their coach for the next season. Nagelsmann I had a contract with Leipzig until 2023, so the Bavarians had to pay a clause of 20 million euros to take away the 23-year-old technical director.
With the amount that the Germans disbursed, they convert Nagelsmann in the most expensive strategist in history, a privilege that previously belonged to the Lusitanian André Villas Boas, who in 2011 arrived from Porto al Chelsea for 15 million euros.
Nagelsmann debuted on the bench in 2016 with the Hoffenheim, team in which he directed 136 games, with 55 wins, 43 draws and 38 defeats. In 2019 he reached the Leipzig, with which he marches in second place in the Bundesliga. With his current team he has played 90 duels, with 53 victories, 21 draws and 16 falls.
Just 10 days ago, Hans-Dieter Flick, current coach of Bayern Munich, announced his intention to terminate his contract with the German team at the end of the season.
Flick He reached the Bavarian bench in 2019. He has led 83 commitments, with 68 wins, seven draws and eight defeats, in addition to having eight titles so far: A Bundesliga, a German Cup, a German Super Cup, a Champions League, a European Super Cup and a Club World Cup.
Bayern Munich fell against Paris Saint-Germain in the quarterfinals of the Champions League. However, they are close to winning the title of the Bundesliga.