The official announcement of the change of coach Hansi Flick from FC Bayern to the DFB is still pending. But the Munich and the DFB have already taken precautions. This was revealed by Bavaria’s CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.
If Flick, whose departure from FCB is certain, should decide for the DFB as expected, “there is actually already an agreement between Bayern Munich and the DFB for a – I would say – smart gesture by the DFB,” said Rummenigge in the ZDF.
“We no longer need to negotiate big. There is already largely agreement on how to handle it,” the 65-year-old continued.
Since the DFB does not want to pay a transfer fee for a coach, there would be a friendly match between FCB and the German national team. Bayern would receive all of the income from this game.
“Everything is settled. There is no financial compensation at the moment,” Bayern board member Oliver Kahn had on Saturday Sky explains: “Of course we are discussing a possible game that could take place at some point between FC Bayern Munich and the national team, but that is still a long way off at the moment.”