Bayern players and Tuchel hate each other and he proved it with harsh statement

The Bavarian side have had many problems off the field this season.

By William Estrella

They hate each other.
They hate each other.
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Bayern Munich are one of the clubs that will have to look for a new coach for next season. The poor performances of the team during the last months made them fail in several of the tournaments in which they compete, such as the Super Cup which they lost against RB Leipzig, the German Cup in which they were eliminated by Saarbrucken and the Bundesliga, where they are far away from the leaders Bayer Leverkusen.

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Those negative results brought forward the end of Thomas Tuchel's tenure. The coach arrived at the beginning of last year to replace Julian Nagelsmann and started well, winning the Bundesliga title in the last game of the season. But since then things have gone very wrong. Not only did the Bavarian side disappoint the fans with their level, but there was also a lot of conflict in the dressing room.

All these factors led to the announcement of Tuchel's departure after the end of the current season, as a way to reduce the tension and try to make things better in the short term. However, that may not be possible. According to The Sun, in the first chat after that news broke, the coach told the players: "Everyone can show up for the new coach now."

This shows that Tuchel believes that some of the team's stars have not given their best in recent games and that is why the performances have been so poor. But now that he will be leaving, things may change. "There are no longer discussions every week, everyone knows about it. We can still achieve something, we have to win", were the manager's words to the squad.

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Who will replace him?

Liverpool, Barcelona and Bayern Munich are three of the European giants who are on the hunt for a coach for the 2024/25 season. The Reds want Bayer Leverkusen's Xabi Alonso, who is also the favorite to join the Bavarian side. And plan B is Brighton's Roberto De Zerbi, the one targeted by Los Blaugranas.

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