Kompany Set To Lead Bayern As New Coach

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Vincent Kompany has agreed to join FC Bayern as their new coach, and negotiations are underway between Bayern and Burnley regarding a compensation fee.

Burnley is demanding a transfer fee of around 23.5 million euros, while Bayern is willing to pay up to 10 million euros.

Despite the disagreement, it is believed that the parties will eventually meet in the middle.

Kompany, who is currently under contract with Burnley until 2028, has reportedly settled into the role of coach after a successful career as a player.

He led Burnley into the Premier League as Second Division champions, but also suffered relegation.

His playing philosophy, which emphasizes possession football backed by a compact defense, is seen as a good fit for Bayern Munich.

Former Bayern Munich captain Lothar Matthaus has urged the club to swiftly finalize an agreement with Kompany, bringing an end to their prolonged and challenging search for a new coach.

Bayern Munich’s search for a new manager has seen them fail to acquire other top targets, with Xabi Alonso preferring another year at Bayer Leverkusen, Julian Nagelsmann and Ralf Rangnick opting to stay with the national teams of Germany and Austria, respectively, and Thomas Tuchel not reaching an agreement to continue in the role.

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