Bayern Munich manager Hansi Flick was not thrilled with his team’s performance in a 2-2 draw against SC Freiburg on Saturday, but that did not stop the sextuple-winning manager from keeping everyone guessing about what the future holds for him.
Flick, of course, is leaving Bavaria after this season and has become one of the most sought-after coaches in all of Europe as FC Barcelona, Juventus, and numerous national teams have expressed interest in the 56-year-old.
When asked about the soon-to-be-vacant Germany job during the postgame interviews, Flick was not about to give anyone a hint as to what he will do.
“When do the Euros start? Yes, then I still have a little time,” Flick said (as captured by Tz). “(DFB director) Oliver (Bierhoff) is a friend to me, we have always worked together very, very well. We have always shown each other very, very much appreciation. But, I’ve always said that I need some time to see what is next.”
At this point, Flick has nothing, but time — and a quite a few teams hoping they can sway him in their own respective direction.