Bayern Munich RELEASE Julian Nagelsmann months after sacking him as he's set for Germany job on two conditions | The Sun

BAYERN MUNICH are willing to allow Julian Nagelsmann to become Germany boss… on two conditions.

The Bundesliga champions sacked Nagelsmann back in March, replacing him with Thomas Tuchel.

Despite being axed, Nagelsmann is technically still contracted to Bayern until the summer of 2026.

Tottenham and Paris Saint-Germain have both been linked with the 36-year-old since his Bayern sacking.

But the German giants would have demanded significant compensation from either club.

Germany national team director Rudi Voller is reportedly keen to replace axed boss Hansi Flick with Nagelsmann.

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The former RB Leipzig boss is claimed to be Voller's "dream solution".

According to Bild, Bayern recognise the importance of leading Germany into next summer's home European Championships.

For this reason they are claimed to not be demanding a fee from the German FA in order to release Nagelsmann.

But they do have two conditions.

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The first is that should they release him from his contract, he will only take the German national team job, and not move to another club.

And the second is that Germany will cover his salary in full, and that Bayern will no longer be liable for any of it.

Nagelsmann is still thought to be earning around £115,000 a week from Bayern.

The German side are believed to owe him another £17m for the duration of his contract, unless another arrangement is found.

Bayern executive Uli Hoeness has vowed not to block Nagelsmann from getting the Germany job.

He told reporter Manuel Bonke: "(The) Deal would certainly not fall through because of FC Bayern."

Once approval is gained from Bayern, German chiefs will have permission to sound out whether Nagelsmann would accept the job.

Flick was sacked after Saturday's 4-1 thumping at home to Japan.

The former Bayern Munich manager won 12 of his 25 matches in charge.


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This included group stage elimination at last year's World Cup, losing out to Japan and Spain.

Germany host France in a friendly this evening, with Voller set to act as caretaker boss.

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