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Hansi Flick May Reject Barcelona and Juventus

Hansi Flick May Reject Barcelona and Juventus

After just resigning as the Bayern Munich coach, and with several clubs interested, Hansi Flick may reject Barcelona and Juventus.

Bayern Munich head coach Hans-Dieter Flick will resign from his post at the end of this season, as he wanted.

Now, after Bayern have already booked Julian Nagelsmann as his record replacement, Flick is focusing on his nationally oriented ambition.

Flick wants to lead Germany in international football. Meanwhile, thought, he is in demand from many European clubs.

According to Sport Bild journalist Tobi Altschaffl’s Twitter, these top clubs also include Juventus and Barcelona.

However, Flick himself still wants to succeed Joachim Löw as the head coach of Germany.

He wants to succeed Löw, who will himself resign after the Euro-2020, as the leader of the German national team.

So, the ex-Bayern maanger’s plans have not wavered after Barcelona or Juventus’ interest.

Indeed, Hansi Flick may reject Barcelona and Juventus both altogether, according to what industry insiders are tipping. Instead, he, as ever, wants to start coaching his home country’s national squad as soon as possible.

Earlier, media houses reported that Barcelona president Joan Laporta is a big fan of Flick’s.

He wanted to tempt the German tactician into joining the Catalans, in place of current Dutch coach Ronald Koeman.

But besides informing about Barcelona’s, or Juventus’, dwindling chances to bag him, Bild also states that Flick is relaxed.

He in no hurry to make a decision on his future. Instead, Flick will go on vacation when the season ends and unwind before deciding his next career move.

Finally, Bild claim that the DFB are planning on offering Flick a deal, that would run through 2024, soon.

So, in essence, he would get to lead Die Mannschaft through the 2022 World Cup and 2024 European Championships.

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