Bayern Munich in Ongoing Talks with Ralf Rangnick for Managerial Role

Negotiations between Bayern Munich and Austria’s head coach Ralf Rangnick are in progress as the Bundesliga club seeks a new manager ahead of the upcoming season.

Rangnick, 65, confirmed last week that discussions had taken place regarding the managerial position at Bayern Munich, with the club aiming to fill the vacancy left by current manager Thomas Tuchel, who will depart at the end of the season.

The club sees Rangnick as a potential candidate to rejuvenate success at Bayern Munich, particularly after Bayer Leverkusen halted their remarkable streak of 11 consecutive Bundesliga titles this season.

Currently focused on leading Austria at the European Championship, Rangnick is reportedly intrigued by the opportunity to initiate change amidst a period of uncertainty at Bayern Munich.

While financial considerations are not his primary motivation, Rangnick emphasized his interest in roles where he can make a substantial impact and foster team development.

“For me, it’s about other things: can I make a difference? Is there a chance of developing a team and being successful?” said Rangnick, underscoring his commitment to Austria’s national team for the upcoming tournament.

Having previously served as interim manager at Manchester United and held managerial positions at various clubs including Ulm, Stuttgart, Hannover, Hoffenheim, Schalke, and RB Leipzig, Rangnick brings a wealth of experience to the table.

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