According to a report from Sport Bild, Julian Nagelsmann has already hit a bit of a wall at Bayern Munich with his transfer wish list.
Twitter account @iMiaSanMia captured Sport Bild’s story, which indicates that Nagelsmann’s requests were not economically feasible for the Bavarians at this time. In an odd twist, a scenario like this was allegedly one of the primary reasons Hansi Flick became unhappy with his role in the squad planning process:
The first names that Julian Nagelsmann suggested to the club in order to strengthen the squad are currently unrealistic. The club has to save money and Nagelsmann has to count on his ability to develop players [@SPORTBILD]— Bayern & Germany (@iMiaSanMia) May 18, 2021
Based on the tweet above, Bayern Munich will be leaning heavily on Nagelsmann to develop some of the young players on the roster. In lieu of expensive transfers — and based on the respective ages of some of the players Bayern Munich has in-house for next season — it can be assumed that the Bavarians are going to rely on Nagelsmann to work with youngsters like Tanguy Nianzou, Dayot Upamecano, Marc Roca, Jamal Musiala, and perhaps even a few players currently on the Bayern Munich II roster.