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Status of the negotiations: Julian Nagelsmann’s advisor about the talks with FC Bayern

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Nagelsmann’s advisor announces a decision will be made soon

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New duo at FC Bayern? Julian Nagelsmann (left) and Max Eberl

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What is Julian Nagelsmann doing after the European Championships? The national coach is being courted by the DFB – and is also said to be the top candidate at FC Bayern Munich to succeed Thomas Tuchel. His advisor speaks of several interested parties. The decision is imminent.

Is he actually going back to FC Bayern? Will he stay with the DFB, or will he take on a completely different role next season? One thing is clear: national coach Julian Nagelsmann’s decision is imminent. His agent has announced a decision on the future of the sought-after coach in the coming days.

Everyone is currently asking him whether Nagelsmann will go back to FC Bayern Munich or what plans he has, said Volker Struth, according to information from Sky, in a not yet published episode of “Playmaker – the European Championship podcast from 360Media with Sebastian Hellmann” and said : “That will be decided in the next few days. That will be decided soon. In the next five, six, seven days.”

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The bosses of FC Bayern Munich did not want to comment specifically after reaching the semi-finals of the Champions League. The separation from current coach Thomas Tuchel – Nagelsmann’s successor at the German football record champions – at the end of the season has already been decided.

Nagelsmann’s advisor and the options

“I never commented on names, but I never ruled anything out,” said sports director Max Eberl on Wednesday evening after the 1-0 win against Arsenal FC: “We had a lot of discussions. And we want to present our coach at some point if both sides say yes.” When asked about intensive discussions with Nagelsmann and his advisor, Eberl replied in general that he had not confirmed anything.

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“We want to do it as quickly as possible because we want to have planning security,” said the sports director about the schedule for the coach search, “but we won’t do anything hastily, we want the best possible for Bayern Munich.”

Nagelsmann’s advisor, however, became clearer. “It would be total nonsense to say that we don’t talk to interested parties. Without me wanting to say who the interested parties are. I can only say, it’s not just Bayern Munich,” said Struth, according to the information: “That’s normal. That’s my job, and it would be a bit of a disgrace to the media if they said we’re not having conversations. Of course we are having discussions now.”

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Nagelsmann took over the national team last fall. His contract with the DFB ends with the European Championship in the summer. The German Football Association would like to work with the 36-year-old beyond the tournament.

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