I couldn’t even complete two seasons, but the money that went into it was more expensive than the amount of recruiting quite a few star players.
Bayern Munich announced on its official website on the 25th (Korean time), “According to the decision of the board of directors, we have dismissed coach Nagelsmann and his coaching staff.”
Munich also added that Nagelsmann’s successor announcement was “appointed Thomas Tuchel as the successor coach. The contract period is two and a half years until June 2025.”
Nagelsmann’s existing contract,카지노 which left RB Leipzig in July 2017 and took over as manager of Munich, was a long-term contract of five years, but he left the team without completing two seasons.
Nagelsmann, who was 34 years old at the time of his appointment in Munich, was greatly recognized for his tactical capabilities in Hoffenheim and Leipzig, taking over the Munich baton at a young age, but in Munich, evaluations often appeared that he was below expectations as time went on.
In the end, Nagelsmann was sacked because of his poor performance in the Bundesliga this season.
Munich is in second place in the league (52 points) this season, and is competing for the championship with Dortmund, who has 53 points.
In the midst of this, the enormous amount that Munich paid from the appointment to the hardship of Nagelsmann also drew attention.
German media Bild reported on the 25th that “Munich needed a huge sum to expel Nagelsmann.”
Bild said, “Nagelsmann’s annual salary is 9 million euros (approximately 12.5 billion won). If he is sacked, he must pay the salary until he finds a new team. In the end, Munich pays a salary or a penalty equivalent to that. Whatever it is, the amount will reach 27 million euros (about 37.7 billion won),” he said, conveying the huge penalty that Munich will pay.
“His coaches will also receive money from Munich. The three coaches of Nagelsmann’s division will receive 3 million euros (about 4.1 billion won) according to the remaining contract period. A total of 30 million euros (about 41.9 billion won) It is necessary for the release of Nagelsmann,” he added.
The more painful thing about Munich is that it cost a lot of money even when Nagelsmann was appointed.
According to the Bild report, Nagelsmann had two years left on his contract with Leipzig in 2021, and at that time, Munich paid Leipzig 20 million euros (about 27.9 billion won) in compensation to immediately appoint Nagelsmann as coach. .
A whopping 50 million euros (approximately 69.9 billion won) was invested in the appointment and replacement of Nagelsmann alone.
According to Transfer Markt, a media specializing in transfers, Napoli defender Kim Min-jae is currently worth 50 million euros.
Munich seems to be more upset because they paid the amount that could have been Kim Min-jae’s transfer fee as the cost of hiring a manager for 1 year and 8 months.