Bayern Munich: Hansi Flick unhappy with working conditions

Hansi Flick, Bayern Munich. (Photo by ANNEGRET HILSE/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)
Hansi Flick, Bayern Munich. (Photo by ANNEGRET HILSE/POOL/AFP via Getty Images) /

Ever since Joachim Low has announced his scheduled departure from the German National Team in the summer, there has been consistent speculation surrounding the future of Hansi Flick at Bayern Munich. The German manager has been consistently asked about his future.

After the win against RB Leipzig, Flick was once again questioned about his future at the club. He kept on dodging questions since his complete focus is on retaining Bundesliga and Champions League titles. The club hierarchy has also insisted that Flick is not going anywhere.

Even though the club has dismissed the speculation, reports continue to insist that everything is not fine in Bavaria. There has been constant talk about the rift between Hasan Salihamidzic and Hansi Flick regarding transfer plans.

SportBild on Wednesday revealed that Flick is frustrated with the transfer plans at the club. This report insists that the German manager is considering his future beyond this summer. The German manager wants to have a say in the transfers, but Rekordmeister has a different decision-making system.

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It will be a huge blow if Flick decides to move on this summer. Considering the amount of respect he gets from players and the trophies he has won in the last 18 months, it would be a travesty to see Flick leaving the club in this manner.

If these reports are true, then Flick’s frustrations are completely understandable. The last summer window would have been a big cause for his frustration. Rekordmeister made a handful of signings, but they were made at the end of the window. Moreover, the majority of these transfers have been underwhelming.

Die Roten wanted to sign Sergino Dest and Callum Hudson-Odoi to improve the squad last summer. Dest left Ajax to join Barcelona, while Chelsea rejected bids for Hudson-Odoi. The backup options for these players arrived in the final weekend of the transfer window. Bouna Sarr is yet to convince as he has struggled with injuries and poor form. Meanwhile, Douglas Costa has been underwhelming on his return to the club. The Brazilian winger will go back to Turin in the summer.

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Considering it was going to be a challenging season due to the cramped up schedule, having quality depth would have helped Flick. Die Roten should look to find a solution to this reported problem as this is not the right time to change managers. Moreover, there is no obvious candidate available in the market that can come in and do a good job, let alone replace Flick adequately.