-Advertisement-
-Advertisement-

Bayern Munich has finalized an agreement to appoint Vincent Kompany as their next manager.

-Advertisement-

Following the announcement of Thomas Tuchel’s departure this summer, Bayern’s pursuit of successors, including Xabi Alonso, Julian Nagelsmann, and Ralf Rangnick, proved fruitless. Additionally, an attempt to acquire Oliver Glasner from Crystal Palace was rebuffed.

-Advertisement-

Despite unsuccessful efforts to persuade Tuchel to stay, Bayern has now secured Kompany to lead the team next season. Sky in Germany reports that a deal has been reached with Burnley for Kompany’s services.

Get Instantly Update By:  Joining Our Whatapps and Telegram Channel 

 

 

In the agreement, Bayern will pay a compensation fee ranging from €10m to €12m to hire Kompany, who will ink a three-year contract at the Allianz Arena.

Kompany brings with him some familiarity with German football, having previously played for Hamburg for two years before joining Manchester City in 2008.

Pep Guardiola, the current manager of Manchester City, has publicly endorsed Kompany’s managerial capabilities and expressed his satisfaction with the appointment.

“I’m pleased about the connection between Bayern and Vinny,” Guardiola stated. “I hold Vinny in high regard, regardless of Burnley’s relegation. I have immense respect for his work, personality, understanding of the game, and media handling.

“I wish Bayern to make the best decision. I have deep affection for that club. I have numerous reasons to admire Bayern Munich. Hopefully, they make the right choice. If they believe Vinny is the right fit, they will have my unconditional support.”

-Advertisement-