Bayern Munich defender Lucas Hernandez is a big fan of new coach Julian Nagelsmann. Hernandez especially likes the new-age approach that Nagelsmann has taken with putting his
“At the beginning, he showed us videos in order to explain what he expected from us as a team. It was good for us to understand that. At the moment though, we have matches every three days so it’s difficult to do video analysis in between,” Hernandez told Bundesliga.com. “But his ideas are clear. We know what he wants and he knows what we want too. Everything comes together out on the pitch.”
Hernandez and Nagelsmann have a bit of a connection as well — both men represent the highest total the club has played for their positions in the transfer market. Hernandez does not think that is an issue for the manager.
“As I have said since I arrived at the club, it’s not a source of pressure at all. It’s simply a case of repaying the confidence that has been placed in me. That’s what I try to do in every match, in every minute I’m out on the pitch. And it’s not a source of pressure for him either,” Hernandez said. “Even though he’s a very young coach, he has very clear ideas and knows what he wants. I don’t think he feels any pressure because he’s the most expensive coach in Bundesliga history.”