Per a report from kicker that was captured by Twitter account @iMiaSanMia, Bayern Munich is not going to relent in its quest to get a fee for Hansi Flick. The report indicates that the club will let Flick go after the season — which has been widely expected — but whatever entity wants the 56-year-old will have to pay up:
Bayern will comply with Hansi Flick's request to leave the club, but want a financial compensation. Flick and Bayern will part ways after the end of the season [Kicker] pic.twitter.com/GA82QBq2k9— Bayern & Germany (@iMiaSanMia) April 25, 2021
This is extremely interesting because Flick’s primary suitor is the DFB, who would reportedly love the sextuple-winning manager to take over for outgoing 2014 World Cup winner Joachim Löw.
What would it costs to bring in Flick for the DFB or another club? Would Bayern Munich actually request a fee from the DFB? Would the DFB even be able to make such an offer to Bayern Munich?
These are all questions that are likely going to be answered in the coming days and weeks.
The recent news about Julian Nagelsmann also seems to indicate that Bayern Munich is about ready to make its next move as well.