Sport Report: No contact yet between Bayern Munich and Massimiliano Allegri
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The season-defining moment is upon us. What are the potential areas Bayern Munich can look to hurt Paris Saint-Germain? Let’s take a look.So dramatic has been the season of 2020/2021 so far — a period of non-stop matches, contract extension stories, Sport Bild’s “Brazzo vs Flick” smackdown, Germany’s struggles and above else, tons of GOALS — that the year feels to have passed by in a flash.
The rumors linkingto former boss Massimiliano Allegri might not hold any water if Sport Bild chief reporter Christian Falk is to be believed.
While Bayern Munich almost certainly will be looking for a new manager in the coming weeks, it does not appear that Allegri is on the current list of potential replacements or sextuple-winning coach Hansi Flick:
TRUE ✅ There is no contact between— Christian Falk (@cfbayern) and Massimiliano Allegri
When the rumor first broke, our own Ineednoname gave hison why it might not be such a good move.
As of now, it seems that RB Leipzig boss Julian Nagelsmann is the leading candidate to take over for Flick, but nothing is set in stone. In fact, with a report €15 million to €20 million price tag allegedly on Nagelsmann’s head, Bayern Munich might be reluctant to delve too far into the bidding for the former Hoffenheim manager.
The most fascinating part of Bayern Munich’s coaching search will be to see if they can find someone who can use the current talent on the roster effectively.
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That was one crazy Monday, eh?Chelsea are reportedly ready to make a move for Bayern Munich centre-back Niklas Sule in a transfer that could spark a merry-go-round. Bayern are said to be reluctant to offload Sule, especially with free agents Jerome Boateng and David Alaba already on their way out this summer.