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‘We should find a solution’ Rummenigge hints at Flick’s stay at Bayern

Sun 25 April 2021 | 10:53

Bayern Munich’s CEO says his club will negotiate with the German manager to reach an agreement.

Hansi Flick

revealed his desire to leave

Bayern Munich

at the end of the season following his side’s victory against


on April 17. The German manager has two years left on his contract, but he has been linked with a move to his country's national team. The club officials expressed their disappointment about Flick’s announcement, but

Karl-Heinz Rummenigge

says they will negotiate with the coach after their game against


on Saturday.

"We have agreed that we will sit down after the game in Mainz,"

Bayern's CEO told



"If we are to meet Hansi's request, all parties have to work together to find a solution that FC Bayern is also happy with."

Asked about the club’s announcement about the European Super League, Rummenigge responded:

"Bayern are not up for such an event,"

he said.

"We all have a clear stance here. You cannot separate yourself from the football family by organising your own event at the expense of others.

"In the end, it might even have been a good thing that we saw this whole circus within 48 hours, which put the whole world in an uproar. People have understood forever that football is something different than just business."

Bayern were defeated 2-1 in their match against Mainz on Saturday. However, they will be able to win their ninth consecutive Bundesliga title if they manage to beat


on May 8.

source: SportMob