The future of coach Hansi Flick (right) is one of the angry things at Bayern Munich.
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At Bayern Munich, the group is not living that well.
Finally, it is especially among the leaders that things get stuck, if we are to believe Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.
The Bavarian president gave an interview to the daily
this Friday, three days after the loss in the quarter-final first leg of the Champions League against PSG (2-3).
“We must all stick together, we must work together in a harmonious, loyal and professional manner.
This is what I am clearly asking from the sports management.
This is what has always distinguished FC Bayern, ”warned the president of the reigning European champion.
Boateng case rekindles divisions
For several weeks, the club has been polluted by the stormy relationship between coach Hansi Flick and sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic, mainly due to a disagreement over transfer policy.
Latest episode to date: the non-renewal, announced this week by management, of the contract of German defender 2014 world champion Jérôme Boateng at the end of the season, once again a key player in the workforce under the leadership of Flick who appreciate it very much.
Faced with these recurring tensions, the latter still refuses to confirm that he will stay at the club next season by systematically evading the question.
He is also a favorite for the German Football Federation to succeed at the head of the Mannschaft to Joachim Löw who will hand over this summer after the Euro.
What future for Flick?
“This subject must end!
There is no need to comment on it constantly, especially since we are in the last quarter of the season, we are first in the Bundesliga with a seven-point lead, and we still have a chance to qualify. in the Champions League despite our 3-2 defeat against Paris, ”explained Rummenigge.
“We need calm and focus on the essentials,” he added.
Before moving to Paris on Tuesday for the return leg of C1, the German champion receives Union Berlin in the league on Saturday.
With seven points ahead of Leipzig, Flick will have the opportunity to rotate its workforce and rest its executives before the capital trip to Paris that several incumbents will miss.
Besides Robert Lewandowski, Serge Gnabry and Niklas Süle, Leon Goretzka should also be absent for the return leg.
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