Bayern Munich is considering an unusual choice for the position of coach!

Bayern Munich’s management is considering resorting to an unconventional option for the position of coach, after becoming convinced that there is no suitable option to lead the team next season.

Signing Xabi Alonso was Bayern Munich’s first goal, but the coach chose to continue coaching Bayer Leverkusen, and then Julian Nagelsmann was the second choice, but the Germany national team coach refused to return and renewed his contract with the Germans until 2026.

According to Kicker, the names on the Bayern management table are not sufficiently admired, and there is no belief that any of them can lead a long-term project in the Allianz Arena.

Therefore, Max Eberl, the sporting director, began to think about hiring a temporary coach for a one-year contract, after which the search would begin again for a permanent coach in the summer of 2025, considering that then there may be much better options.

In this regard, Eberl settled on the name of former Borussia Dortmund coach Lucien Favre, with whom he worked for years at Borussia Mönchengladbach.

Favre, 66 years old, has extensive experience in German football, having worked in Dortmund and Gladbach and before that in Hertha Berlin, although his greatest achievements were achieving the German Super Cup and second place in the Bundesliga.

It is noteworthy that Brighton’s current coach Roberto De Zerbe tops the list of candidates to coach Bayern Munich if Eberle cancels his idea, after current Stuttgart coach Sebastian Hoeneß refused to coach Bavarian club.

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