Hansi Flick cannot reach an agreement with the Bayern administration on bringing the players to Munich. The Sport1.de portal has listed the names of the players that the German requested to be brought in, to no avail.
Flick’s contract with Bayern is valid until mid-2023, but there is more and more talk that the 56-year-old will leave the club after the end of this season. Then he will take the representation of Germany.
Why I’m Getting No Results – This Flick is still very good. There is constant talk of the dispute between him and Bayern Munich leadership. The German is not on the way, first of all, with the club’s sporting director, Hasan Salih Hamidic. One of the lines of contention concerns transfer policy and the players being brought to Munich.
Bayern leaders did not respond to Flick’s requests in January of last year. Sport1.de claims that defenders of the Dudu side from Shakhtar Donetsk, Benjamin Henriks from Monaco and world-class Emre Chan from Juventus were on the German coach’s wishlist at the time.
None of them went to Munich. Bayern loaned Real Madrid’s Alvaro Odriozol for that, but the Spaniard played no part in the Flick puzzle.
Before the start of this season, the 56-year-old’s wish list contained the names of three German players. The Bayern coach asked Mario Gotze, who left Borussia Dortmund, Timo Werner from Leipzig and Kai Havert from Bayer Leverkusen. The first one ended up going to Eindhoven and the other two ended up at Chelsea.
Instead, in Munich there were Leroy Sane, Erik Maxime Chubu Moting, Mark Roca, Bona Saar, Douglas Costa, Tangi Nanzo and Alexander Noble. Who meets expectations? At most, the first two of them, though Sunny had already exposed himself to public comments from Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.
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