FC Bayern Munich hints at replacing Germany boss Joachim Low in near future.
Joachim Low is highly criticized for the performance of Germany in recent times. Some suggested to replace him with someone new. However, German FA always assured that they want to keep faith on Low.
But recent reports suggest that they are considering replacing him with FC Bayern Munich manager Hansi Flick. Flick himself hints at the potential replacement after knocked out by PSG from UEFA Champions League in the mid-week. He said, “I have a contract with FC Bayern, but I always think about what’s going to happen or how things will continue, whether everything is going well here, and so on.”
“My family is behind me, no matter what my decision is, whether it is at the DFB.”
“My relationship with Salihamidzic is stable. Nothing will change that. He has his job, I have mine. I will keep doing as I have done all season, which is why everything is stable.”
It was reported that there will be a showdown meeting between Flick, the Bayern board and Oliver Kahn this week about the manager’s future.
In response to that he said, “I don’t have an appointment with the Bayern board.”
“I don’t have an appointment with the Bayern board,’ Flick added. ‘If Oliver (Kahn) wants to talk to me then he can gladly do it. I don’t know what he will want to talk about.”- he added.