Interim boss Hansi Flick disappointed at Bayern Munich’s reluctance to start permanent role talks

Bayern Munich interim boss Hansi Flick unhappy that club want to wait until the end of the season before deciding on a permanent role… but a strong Champions League showing against Chelsea could speed up talks

  • Hansi Flick was installed as Bayern Munich interim boss after Niko Kovac left  
  • The 54-year-old wants negotiations to begin over taking the job on permanently
  • However, the club are reluctant to start any discussions until the season ends  

Hansi Flick has been left disappointed at Bayern Munich’s reluctance to start talks on extending his stay as manager.

The 54-year-old stepped into a caretaker role after Niko Kovac was sacked in November, before being handed the interim position until the end of the season. 

Flick has led Bayern to the top of the table since taking over, suffering just one defeat in the process.

Hansi Flick is unhappy with Bayern Munich’s reluctance to start talks on a new contract 

Despite his impressive record, according to SportBild, the Bundesliga champions are reluctant to open contract talks until the end of the season.

The same publication reports that a strong showing against Chelsea in the Champions League, though, could force the club’s hand in bringing discussions forward to April. 

Flick’s record has caught the attentions of other sides, who are aware he may be available in the summer should Bayern choose to look elsewhere.