FC Bayern is looking for a new coach. On the sidelines of Heidenheim's embarrassing bankruptcy from Munich's point of view, sporting director Freund talks and comments on Julian Nagelsmann. The national coach is a candidate to succeed Thomas Tuchel.

He FC Bayern He wobbles like he hasn't in a long time. A week after the home defeat against Dortmund, the Munich team surprisingly lost in Heidenheim. With the newcomer to Brenz. After a 2-0 lead. In the end Heidenheim won 3:2. Craziness.

On a dark afternoon for Bayern, sporting director Christoph Freund also stood before the microphone. Freund explains to “Sky” that the Munich team wants to make a decision very soon when looking for a coach.

“The most important thing is to do the right thing, not the fastest,” Freund said on “Sky”: “But we won't take our time forever. We will make a decision in the coming weeks.”

Regarding the state of the record champion's search for a successor to Thomas Tuchel, who will leave the club at the end of the season (or even before?), the Austrian explained: “We are in talks. It is a very important decision. “We want to find a coach we can work with more than last time.”

Freund, Bayern sporting director, on Nagelsmann: “A special situation”

Brighton & Hove Albion's Roberto De Zerbi still considered the best candidate English Julian Nagelsmann, national and Premier League coach.

When asked about Nagelsmann, Freund said in Heidenheim: “Julian has been here before, this is a special situation. “We want to find the best person we feel best with.”

The 46-year-old continued: “I trust Julian a lot. But there are other coaches that I trust. It is important to do the right thing.”

In addition to Nagelsmann and De Zerbi, current Austrian coach Ralf Rangnick is considered Bayern's candidate in the coaching search. According to “Kicker”, the Bayern bosses, around their friend and sports director Max Eberl, have contacted these three coaches or their management.

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By Sebastian Mittag

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