The German Hans-Dieter Flick, 56, is the leading candidate to lead the FC Barcelona next season to replace Ronald
Koeman, as reported by RAC 1. The still coach of the Bayern
Munich, where on Saturday he will direct before the Augsburg their last meeting before being relieved by Julian
Nagelsmann, has a verbal agreement with the German team for after the Eurocup but he has not signed anything.
Based on this information, the call from Joan
Laporta has changed the plans of Hansi
Flick, which last season achieved the triplet with the Bavarian club with the eloquent 2-8 against the Barça in the quarterfinals of the Champions
League on Lisbon. The azulgrana Phi
Coutinho He was at his command and scored two goals that night off the bench. This exercise has also won the Bundesliga, the Club World Cup, the European Super Cup and the German.
A steamroller with the 4-2-3-1
Flick, UEFA Coach of the Year in 2020, landed in the Bayern a in November 2019 to replace Niko
Kovac after having been an assistant technician for nine years Joachim
Löw in the German national team. With a 4-2-3-1 as usual drawing, his Bayern He was a true steamroller showing off a spectacular offensive football that this campaign did not have the deserved reward against him. PSG in the quarterfinals of the Champions. The numerous missed chances in the first leg (2-3) and the loss of Robert
Lewandowski throughout the tie they weighed down their options to revalidate the title.
On April 17, just after falling into the Champions, announced that he was leaving the Bayern despite having one more year of contract. Your differences with the sports director, Hasan
Salihamidzic, which he acknowledged in public, significantly influenced his decision, which generated much controversy in Munich to the point that the Bosnian received insults that he himself Flick condemned. “One of the two will have to go,” he had predicted Stefan
Effenberg, Bayern myth, a week before the announcement of the coach’s goodbye.
2 Bundesligas (2019-20, 2020-21)
1 Champions League (2019-20)
1 German Cup (2019-20)
1 Club World Cup (2021)
1 German Super Cup (2020)
1 European Super Cup (2020)