No, Nagelsmann must now set an example
Hansi Flick leaves FC Bayern too early, Marco Rose and Adi Hütter leave the starting line-up and Friedhelm Funkel announces his retirement first, only to appear in the Bundesliga again. There is currently a heated debate over the approach of professional trainers.
And that’s exactly why this is the perfect time for Julian Nagelsmann to set an example. Born in Bavaria, whose contract with RB runs until 2023, his club must confess and say early on: I will stay – and do so. This would not only sharpen his own profile, but also indirectly address a war declaration on behalf of RB Leipzig to FC Bayern: Look here, great champions, here we come!
That would be not only desirable for Nagelsmann and his club, but also for the whole of Germany. Because a real battle for the championship title – maybe even until the 34th match day – we were able to take it all in stride.
With his transfer to the record champion – that will surely come at some point – Nagelsmann would have to take his time. His big advantage: he is only 33 years old. He can still coach Bayern if most of his current colleagues have been retired for a long time – and hopefully stay there.