Despite Bayern Munich crowned the Bundesliga title for the 11th time in a row, a state of chaos grips the "Bavarian" club, and half of its players may leave in the next summer transfer window.

The newspaper "AS" (AS) Spanish, that the dismissal of "Oliver Kahn" CEO of Bayern Munich, and sporting director Hassan Saleh Hamidić just minutes after the coronation of the team league at the expense of Borussia Dortmund, revealed the stormy crises experienced by the Bavarian club.

The newspaper says that Bayern Munich suffered a major earthquake in the last days of the league, and was close to losing the title had it not been for Borussia Dortmund's draw with Mainz, as the club's management now plans to restructure the team, which means the departure of many players.

💥 Las salidas de Kahn y Salihamidzic dejan la renovación de Lucas, Pavard y Davies en el aire

📍 Otros muchos podrían salir, entre ellos Mané y Müller

✍️ @AndiOnrubia

— Diario AS (@diarioas) May 30, 2023

With the departure of Kahn and Hamidić, the contract renewal of Lucas Hernandez, Benjamin Pavard and Alphonso Davies remains pending, in addition to the undecided future of Sadio Mane and Thomas Müller.

Pavard does not want to renew his contract, which expires in the summer of 2024, so the Frenchman is looking for an exit solution in the coming months, especially since he has a great ability to play at full-back on the right and left flanks, which makes him the focus of admiration for many clubs.

Cancelo is sure not to continue at the Allianz Arena, as Bayern Munich do not want to activate the clause to buy his contract from Manchester City for 70 million euros, while Davies remains uncertain.

In the front line, many reports confirm that Mane came out of the accounts of Bayern after attacking his teammate "Leroy Sane" after the team's match against Manchester City in the quarter-finals of the Champions League, and the Senegalese international disappointed with his declining level with the Bavarian great, and therefore it may return to Liverpool according to "AS".

As for veteran Müller, his future will hang in the hands of the new sporting director (yet to be announced) who will have the final say on whether or not the player will stay.

🗣️ Heiner: "We had a meeting with the board and exchanged views.
We found many things to be careful about and we found it optimal to start our new season without Hasan Hamidić and Oliver Kahn."

— Bayern Munich (@FCBayernAr) May 28, 2023

The most prominent affected by the departure of Hamidic is Lucas Hernandez, who joined Bayern Munich after the former persuaded the club's management to pay 80 million euros to Atletico Madrid in 2019 to bring him in.

Hamidić was keen to support Hernandez in difficult times, especially after the player suffered difficult knee ligament injuries.

According to AS, Hernandez's contract renewal with Bayern was close several months ago, but the tables were completely turned after the dismissal of Can and Hamidić.

Should Hernandez decide not to extend his contract, Bayern Munich will have to sell him so as not to lose him for free in the summer of 2024.