Bayern Munich chairman says the parties should work together to meet Flick’s requests and also keep the club satisfied.
After it became clear that
will step down of his position as Germany manager after the delayed Euro 2020, there have been many rumors and speculations regarding the next person taking over at Die Mannschaft.
has strongly been linked with the Germany job and is said to be the most favorite to be Low’s successor. Flick also announced a few days ago that he will part ways with the Bavarians at the end of the season, however, the club chairman
insists nothing is final yet the both parties will soon sit down for negotiation talks.
In an interview with
, Rummenigge said:
"We have agreed that we would sit down after the game in Mainz.
"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."
The 65-year-old also talked about the Super League, insisting Bayern would never participate in such competition.
"Bayern are not up for such an event.
"We all have a clear stance here. You cannot separate yourself from the football family by organizing 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 fall through within 48 hours, which put the whole world in an uproar.
"People have understood forever that football is something different than just business."