Speculation for a possible successor to Kovac has already begun – the "kicker" brought Zidane into the game, the Austrian dpa Hasenhüttl, the "Bild" Wenger.
11:57, November 26, 2018
Niko Kovac will sit on Tuesday in the Champions League Football against Benfica Lisbon "certainly" still in the Bayern Munich bench has president Uli Hoeness has announced. However, there are speculations about possible successors. Also about a coach, the CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge there is much "appreciated".
The former Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger According to information from the newspaper "Bild" in the case of a license of Kovac, one of the main candidates to be in Bayern. The 69-year-old Frenchman's name falls on the German record-holders of the Kriselnden "internally more often," the newspaper wrote on Monday without reference to a source. In addition to having said on Saturday after the 3: 3 against Fortuna Dusseldorf "many players in the cabin against Kovac" when that was not in the room.
The Bavarians attempted, in the early 1990s, a German-language Wenger obligation. That reported rummenigge before the last meeting with Arsenal in the spring of 2017. "Unfortunately, it was not then because he decided otherwise," Rummenigge said at the time. His sympathy for the Alsatian apparently did not suffer. "Personally, I have a very good relationship with Arsene Wenger, whom I appreciate for a very, very long time," Rummenigge said in March 2017.
According to information from the "Süddeutsche Zeitung" (Monday), the club leadership around Hoeness and Rummenigge "recently cautiously around the team environment have listened." Hoeness made the 47-year-old Croatian after the tie against Dusseldorf secured a job vacancy until the Champions League game against Benfica Lisbon but also emphasized: "So we have to do an analysis, where we are." In the Bundesliga Munich has with the Austrian star David Alaba already nine points behind leader Borussia Dortmund.
The "kicker" reported on Monday that in connection with Bayern again and again the name Zinedine Zidane (46). French would be the big deal. Zidane left Real Madrid in the summer after three triumphs in the Champions League.
No club is currently synonymous Ralph Hasenhüttl, The 51-year-old Austrian trained RB Leipzig until the summer. He has known Bayern since his time as Bayern amateur player from 2002 to 2004. Hoeneß estimates Hasenhüttl, dpa wrote.