The tactical approach of coach Julian Nagelsmann is said to be controversial among FC Bayern players. That reports the sports picture.
Accordingly, the FCB pros would be displeased that the 34-year-old has changed his game systems several times this season.
In the past, Bayern had mostly played with a back four, two sixes and a striker, i.e. in a 4-2-3-1 system. Nagelsmann, on the other hand, often relied on a back three and two offensive rail players, but also on four clear defenders elsewhere.
According to the report, the players would demand that FC Bayern focus on one system and get stuck in it.
Nagelsmann had to adjust his style of play several times this season due to injury concerns. In particular, the long absence of Alphonso Davies after his heart muscle inflammation had required a rethinking of tactics. According to sports picture those responsible at Bayern would also have noticed that the training quality was no longer at the desired top level.
Therefore, the squad should be decisively strengthened. Above all, the Ajax duo Noussair Mazraoui and Ryan Gravenberch are under discussion.