The sun is about to set on the Hinrunde of the Bundesliga and Bayern Munich is fighting hard to earn points as weeks pass by. According to SportBild, the front office will meet up and take a decision regarding the future manager of the club by the final week of December.
The complete focus of the front office is on AFC Ajax’s Erik ten Hag. When asked about how long it might take before the club takes the final decision, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said:
We have the last game, against Wolfsburg, on December 21; we will meet either that Saturday or the next day and make a decision.
Despite the two consecutive defeats, it is believed that the team has full faith in Hansi Flick and the players feel comfortable under him. Flick’s training sessions are said to be as good as how it was during the time of Pep Guardiola.
Flick knows how to keep his players happy and to have an undisturbed dressing room. The players are said to be happier to train under him than Niko Kovač due to the difference in the timing of the sessions. Kovač required the team to meet an hour and a half before every practice session but Flick does not want the team to show up that early.
Flick has almost all things under his control, in perfect order. What is more important, however, and necessary at this point is to earn more points. As the Bavarians face José Mourinho’s revitalized Tottenham Hotspur in the final group stage match of the Champions League, all eyes are on Flick — waiting to see how he is planning to turn things around.