It is not yet clear who will be the coach of FC Bayern in the new season. According to information from Austria, Ralf Rangnick would be in contact with the Munich team and would be ready to join Bayern after the Euro Cup.

Until recently the FC Bayern Although it was intensely linked to an engagement by Ralf Rangnick, the 65-year-old himself denied the rumors. According to new reports, Rangnick is still a candidate for record champion, despite his statements.

“There is absolutely no reason to think about it, let alone talk about it,” Rangnick stressed last week when asked about a possible coaching position at FC Bayern.

That was last week. But now Austria's Kurier reports that something could happen with Rangnick and the Munich team. Despite the (pretextual?) denial, Rangnick is “definitely a candidate to succeed Thomas Tuchel at Bayern”, as the “Kurier” now reports.

ÖFB worried about losing Rangnick to Bayern

According to information from “Kurier”, there is contact between the club and the coach. Rangnick was open to committing to Munich and does not rule out taking on the role after the European Championship.

Although Rangnick is contractually linked to the Austrian association until the 2026 World Cup, ÖFB officials are “concerned about the possibility of losing the national coach to Bayern.”

Rangnick does not want to make concessions

However, it is still unclear whether Bayern and the 65-year-old coach will reach an agreement. Reason: Rangnick is considered a coach who does not make concessions in his ideas, his structure and his personal, so if he does not get the necessary power and authority at FC Bayern, he will hardly accept the position.

Rangnick has been the coach of the Austrian national team since the summer of 2022. He previously had the Bundesliga He played, among others, for RB Leipzig, FC Schalke 04, TSG Hoffenheim, Hannover 96 and VfB Stuttgart.

In addition to Rangnick, Brighton's Roberto De Zerbi and national coach Julian Nagelsmann are considered the leading candidates to succeed Thomas Tuchel in the record-breaking championship.

By Vjekoslav Keskic