Bayern Munich: Four things on Hansi Flick’s agenda as permanent manager

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GELSENKIRCHEN, GERMANY – MARCH 03: (BILD ZEITUNG OUT) head coach Hansi Flick of Bayern Muenchen looks on during the DFB Cup quarterfinal match between FC Schalke 04 and FC Bayern Munich at Veltins Arena on March 3, 2020, in Gelsenkirchen, Germany. (Photo by Max Maiwald/DeFodi Images via Getty Images)

Hansi Flick’s tough job at Bayern Munich begins now, so here are four things that will be right up there in his to-do list.

Bayern Munich took a big step in preparing for the next season on Friday. After delivering impressive performances from the team in the past four months, Die Roten decided to stick with Hansi Flick as the first-team manager. Flick signed a new deal that will expire in 2023.

The German manager took over the reins of the first team in November after Niko Kovac parted ways with the club. Flick started with a bang in this new role by straightaway getting the team on winning ways against Borussia Dortmund.

After the win against Dortmund, there have been few hurdles in between, but overall, it has been an impressive job done by Flick. The win against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in February effectively clinched the job for Flick. This game showed his pedigree of getting the tactics spot on against a big European team.

Flick’s work deserves praise, but the real journey begins now. As an interim manager, it is always a free hit. However, the permanent manager has much bigger objectives to meet. Here are the four things that will be on Flick’s to-do list, which will help him to become a successful manager at Bayern.

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