Yann Sommer’s winter commitment was said to have been ex-coach Julian Nagelsmann’s dream solution. The counted chairman of the supervisory board, Oliver Kahn, apparently asked the supervisory board about his current situation. Here you can find news and rumors about FCB.
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Summer transfer was probably above all Nagelsmann’s wish
Yann Sommer’s winter commitment was said to be Julian Nagelsmann’s dream solution. According to a report by table football the coach, who was sacked at the end of March, would have liked a German-speaking keeper with a long contract to replace the injured Manuel Neuer.
These criteria ruled out a transfer from Kasper Schmeichel, with whom the club had already gone very far in talks. The 36-year-old Dane from OGC Nice would only have signed for half a year.
In the end, Sommer came from Borussia Mönchengladbach for eight million euros. He was given a contract until 2025. So far it hasn’t lived up to expectations. He seemed unsure both in the first leg of the Champions League quarter-finals against Manchester City (0:3) and in the Bundesliga game against FSV Mainz 05 (1:3).
FC Bayern: Kahn apparently asked the supervisory board
The counted chairman of the supervisory board, Oliver Kahn, apparently asked the supervisory board about his current situation and obtained support. That reports the Picture.
The Supervisory Board around President Herbert Hainer and Honorary President Uli Hoeneß is responsible for the appointment and dismissal of the Management Board. The next meeting is scheduled for May 22, five days before the last Bundesliga matchday. Then the future of Kahn should be decided. His contract runs until December 31, 2024.
Loud table football At the same time, sports director Hasan Salihamidzic is also available. Here is the detailed report.
FC Bayern: Hamann criticizes Thomas Tuchel
Dietmar Hamann has criticized coach Thomas Tuchel. “First Tuchel said he was in love with the team and a short time later he was at a loss,” explained Hamann sky. “The management may be confused, but the coach is also very confused in his first few weeks.”
Hamann “rarely saw a change of coach where things got worse in the short term than before, but that’s the case with Bayern.” Of the first seven competitive games under Tuchel, FC Bayern won only two and lost three – Hamann was particularly surprised by two appearances: “The team was like a pile of hens in the last half hour against Freiburg. In Mainz they appeared as if all good spirits had been abandoned.”
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