‘I’m looking at Kim Min-jae’…Kompany to sign with Munich until 2027

Bayern Munich have gone all-in on novice manager Vincent Kompany, 38.

Sky Sports Germany reported on Thursday (Aug. 24) that the Bavarians have offered the Burnley boss a three-year contract until 2027, with personal agreements already in place and negotiations between the clubs continuing.

“The agreement was reached before talks between Kompany and the club. Munich now want to reduce the size of Burnley’s compensation package. Munich is fully focused on Kompany and he has already agreed to come to Munich,” while ‘Burnley want €20 million in compensation and negotiations between the clubs are continuing.’

“Kompany is waiting for the green light. He has not yet traveled to Munich and is waiting for an agreement between the clubs.” However, leading Belgian journalist Sacha Tavolieri reported that Kompany had already arrived in Munich with his coaches.

Another German outlet, Bild, also reported that “personal negotiations are over. Kompany’s personal meeting with Max Eberle, Christoph Freund and the rest of the Munich hierarchy took place.” ”Burnley want £20 million, while Munich only want to spend €10 million. They want to meet in the middle.”

Sky Sports Germany journalist Florian Plettenberg tweeted on X (formerly Twitter) that “Eberle and sporting director Profund want to create their own ‘Xabi Alonso’ with Kompany. Choosing Kompany is a risky move, but Munich have seen something in him and consider him one of the most talented coaches in the game.” ‘If Kompany becomes the new Munich coach and things go wrong, Eberle’s future will already be difficult.’

Kompany, who took charge of Burnley in the summer of 2022, is under contract until the summer of 2028. He joined his hometown club Anderlecht in the 2019-2020 season as a player-manager and spent three seasons in charge of the club. He then moved to Burnley, where he led a team that was relegated to the Championship (second division) and won promotion within a season.

However, in his Premier League debut this season, Kompany’s Burnley have won just five games and have been relegated back to 메이저토토사이트 19th place (W5 D9 L24 P24).

However, Kompany’s ability to transform Burnley from a team that mostly played from the back to the front has been recognized. If the lack of results is a blemish, it’s a blemish.

If Munich saw something in Kompany’s football, they could have looked to the future and chosen him, but it’s a risky move for both sides to go beyond Germany’s top flight and into Europe’s top flight for a manager who hasn’t performed in the top flight.

With Jürgen Klopp now taking a year off from Liverpool, there have been 메이저사이트 rumors that he could join the club next season, but it seems that Munich have chosen to take a more long-term view.

Munich will be competing in the UEFA Champions League as well as the Bundesliga, and Kompany has no Champions League experience as a manager. This lack of experience is a risk for Munich. For their project to succeed, Kompany must have the same high potential as Alonso.

For now, Munich is all-in on Kompany, and with him as their new coach, Kim Min-jae’s challenge next season will take on a new dimension.


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