FC Bayern Munich apparently insists on a transfer fee for the released Julian Nagelsmann. That reports Picture-Soccer boss Christian Falk.
Accordingly, the FCB management team around CEO Oliver Kahn, President Herbert Hainer and sports director Hasan Salihamidzic assume that they will still collect “many million euros” for Nagelsmann.
The long contract term of the 35-year-old – Nagelsmann’s working paper runs until the end of June 2026 – is therefore even a kind of “means of pressure” for the Munich bosses.
In any case, Bayern suspect that this topic will not become acute in the near future. “I can’t imagine that he’ll be a coach anywhere else this year. That all has to settle down now. But the way I got to know him, he loves football and will return soon,” said Kahn recently Sky90.
Nagelsmann was relieved of his duties as head coach of FC Bayern two weeks ago after a 2-1 defeat against Bayer Leverkusen. His successor was Thomas Tuchel.
However, Nagelsmann’s contract has still not been terminated. With the demand for a transfer fee, Bayern are apparently trying to compensate for the high costs – the Munich team transferred 20 million euros to Leipzig in the summer of 2021 to guide the 35-year-old to the Isar.