According to media reports, Hansi Flick will be the new coach of FC Barcelona. The announcement could take place today. In addition to Joshua Kimmich, considered the 59-year-old's dream player, the former national team coach apparently wants to attract another Bayern star to Spain.

Hansi Flick will become the coach of FC Barcelona and there are already numerous speculations about possible dream players for the former national coach. Unsurprisingly, these include several professionals Flick has worked with in the past.

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Flick also wants to attract Coman to Barcelona

According to the todofichajes.com portal, Flick also wants to accompany Kingsley Coman to Barcelona. The 59-year-old worked with the Frenchman during his stay in FC Bayern together a great success. To this day, Flick is said to maintain a special connection with the goalscorer of the 2020 Champions League final. Flick has already told Barça bosses that he sees Coman as the ideal replacement for Raphinha, who is willing to change.

Although Coman's contract with Bayern extends until 2027, a farewell next summer is not ruled out. The sporting importance of French The number of national players has decreased considerably recently, mainly due to their enormous susceptibility to injuries. Coman should also be able to imagine leaving Munich. A transfer would still be quite expensive for the Catalans. Consequently, the 27-year-old would receive between 60 and 70 million.

Kimmich is Flick's absolute dream player

Last reported Spanish The newspaper El Nacional affirms that Kimmich should be the dream player of the new Barça coach. The 29-year-old is under contract with the German record champions until 2025 and has been repeatedly linked with a move away from Bayern in recent months. The plans of new Bayern coach Vincent Kompany will probably be decisive for Kimmich's sporting future.

Flick would also reportedly like to sign Leverkusen star Jeremy Frimpong, as well as Leipzig's Dani Olmo and David Raum. However, at Bayern there is also talk of Frimpong and Olmo. Both can leave their respective clubs thanks to a fixed exit clause.

By Marcel Kohler

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