For the first time, Zsolt Löw, one of Thomas Tuchel’s assistant coaches, speaks out. Bayern Munich are reportedly not interested in Atalanta striker Rasmus Höjlund. Here you can find all the news and rumors about FCB.
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FC Bayern Munich, News: Thomas Tuchel’s assistant coach Zsolt Löw comments
Thomas Tuchel’s coaching team, which he brought to Munich, currently consists of Arno Michels and Zsolt Löw. Anthony Barry is said to join from Chelsea, but the Blues seem to be blocking this transfer at the moment.
With Löw, who once trained under Tuchel as a player in Mainz, one of the assistants to the new Bayern coach has now made his public statement for the first time. Opposite the Hungarian TV station Arena4 Loew said of the move to Bayern: “It was unexpected. Thomas texted me that we should talk in the evening and then everything was decided in two days. You don’t have to think much, Bayern is one of the biggest clubs in the world. “
According to Löw, it was difficult to get the coaching staff together “because we were in different parts of the world”. Löw described his relationship with Tuchel as “very complex”, since it began as a coach-player relationship in Mainz: “He constantly followed my progress and took me to Paris. I would describe our relationship as intense. We are 300 days in the We’ve been together for a year and we’ve also become friends. I like him a lot, he’s direct, friendly and of course has a lot of expertise.”
Löw describes the cooperation with Tuchel as follows: “We won nine trophies, were in two CL finals together – I think we complement each other well both personally and professionally. We do the tasks together, we prepare the video analysis, the training sessions .”
The Hungarian said of Tuchel that he was trying to “treat everyone in the club with the utmost respect and directness”. Löw will do the same, who also knows some Bayern players better: “There are players I know who I used to work with, for example Upamecano and Mané in Salzburg, Choupo-Moting in Paris, but I will tell everyone with the same openness and the same respect.”
FC Bayern Munich, News: Was Thomas Tuchel about to get involved in Italy?
Record national player Lothar Matthäus has defended himself for his criticism of CEO Oliver Kahn from Bayern Munich. “I will not be bent in my way,” wrote Matthew in his sky-Column.
There, the 60-year-old also said he knew that Thomas Tuchel was about to get involved in Italy before he agreed to Bayern Munich. “Thomas Tuchel stated that until recently he assumed he would work abroad in the summer,” wrote Matthäus. “As far as I know, he negotiated with a top club in the Italian league and then signaled to them that he would not take over in the summer after the offer from Bayern came.”
Previously, it was mainly assumed that Tuchel was a hot candidate for Tottenham Hotspur and Real Madrid. However, he did not specify which Italian club Matthäus meant.
FC Bayern Munich, News: FCB probably not interested in Rasmus Höjlund
Last summer, Rasmus Höjlund moved from Sturm Graz to Atalanta Bergamo in Serie A for 17.2 million euros. There the striker currently has eight goals and three assists in 26 competitive games.
That called several clubs into action, allegedly including FC Bayern. Now reported sky However, contrary to rumors to the contrary from Italy, the record champions are not interested in the 20-year-old.
Höjlund, who has scored five goals in four internationals for Denmark, is under contract with Atalanta until 2027.
FC Bayern Munich, News: Markus Babbel shoots against Julian Nagelsmann
Markus Babbel, long-time player at FC Bayern Munich, has in the ran Bundesliga web show pulled from the leather against ex-FCB coach Julian Nagelsmann.
“I didn’t have the feeling that he wanted to learn more. He said that he is the way he is – and if you don’t like it, he has to take the consequences. That’s stupid. You have to as a Bayern Munich coach try to learn something new every day,” said the 50-year-old.
All other statements from Babbel can be found here.
FC Bayern Munich, News: Dayot Upamecano “felt sorry” for Julian Nagelsmann
Dayot Upamecano feels sorry for his former coach after Julian Nagelsmann’s sacking. “Of course I felt sorry for his dismissal,” said the centre-back sports1: “I also wrote to him directly when I heard about it and thanked him. He was an important coach for me.”
Upamecano moved to Säbener Straße together with Nagelsmann in the summer of 2021. The Frenchman had previously trained under Nagelsmann at RB Leipzig for two years. Successor Thomas Tuchel described Upamecano as a “great coach”. “The first few days with him were very positive,” he said, “also with the win against Dortmund, of course.”
With the victory in the top game (4:2), Bayern jumped back to the top of the table on Saturday. “It was very important to beat Dortmund. We always want to be at the top,” said Upamecano: “But we know that the championship hasn’t been decided yet. It’s going on.”
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