After a 5-minute call, Bayern Munich agrees with its new coach

Bayern Munich’s search for a new coach to succeed Thomas Tuchel next season appears to have ended, as the Bavarian club has reached an agreement with Vincent Kompany to take over.

Many coaches refused to coach the Bavarian club, led by Xabi Alonso, Julian Nagelsmann, and Ralf Rangnick, and Bayern did not succeed in agreeing with Tuchel to postpone his departure for another year.

According to international media, Bayern had set its sights on contracting with Kompany in recent days, and communication occurred between the German club’s management and the current Burnley coach in a call that did not last more than 5 minutes, and the Belgian informed his interlocutor of his agreement to work at the Allianz Arena.

But the only current obstacle in the way of Kompany’s move to Bayern Munich is the compensation fee that Max Eberl’s management will pay to Burnley. The German offer was 10 million euros, while the English club wanted 20 million euros.

It is assumed that the next few hours will witness a breakthrough in this regard and the two parties will reach an agreement, and with it, Kompany will be officially announced as Bayern’s new coach for the next 3 years.

It is noteworthy that Kompany only achieved one achievement in his career, which was to return Burnley to the Premier League, before they were relegated this season after achieving only 4 victories.