Bayern veto Flick

Rummenigge was clear: "We would be crazy if we let our coach go early. If I were a coach and changed Bayern for the DFB, it would only make me laugh."


Bayern Munich is not planning to release Hansi Flick from his contract at the Allianz Arena until 2023 in case the coach wants to inherit Joachim Löw as German coach after the European Championship in the summer. This was stressed by Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, president of the board of directors of the sextete champion in statements collected by the DPA agency in which he was most blunt with the future of the technician.

"We would be crazy if we let our coach go early," explained Bayern's chief executive after Flick rang loudly for the Mannschaft bench. What's more: Rummenigge did not hesitate to contact Fritz Keller, president of the German football federation (DFB) to clarify the matter in person: "The decision of the DFB not to contact any coach with a contract beyond 2021 I think it is serious and correct, "he added.

Of course, the Munich president did not cut himself either and made it clear that there is no possibility that Flick ends up in the German team. "I have always said that the coach is the most important employee and we have a contractual agreement that is known. From that point of view, it is not a problem at all. We are not going to solve the problems of the DFB. And if I'm honest: Yes If I was a coach and changed FC Bayern for the DFB, it would only make me laugh, "he concluded.

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