Bayern Munich chief Herbert Hainer is convinced that Hansi Flick won't take the Germany job
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Herbert Hainer convinced Hansi Flick won't take Germany job

Liverpool are going to have a battle on their hands this summer. The Reds are reportedly set to face interest in a number of their key players and perhaps even their manager. Thankfully for Kopites, Bayern Munich chief Herbert Hainer is convinced that Hansi Flick won’t take the Germany job.

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Germany job

This summer Joachim Low will be stepping down as Germany manager, bringing an end to his 15 year tenure.

The decision has sent shockwaves through the footballing world in that it is likely to spark a managerial merry go round.

The coach will leave his post after the Euros and just who will take over the post is anybody’s guess.

At first Jürgen Klopp was the obvious choice but the Reds’ boss dismissed the speculation immediately.

Herbert Hainer on Hansi Flick and Germany

The current favourite for the post is the Bayern Munich manager.

Hansi Flick has done an exceptional job since taking over at the Allianz, even winning a sextuple last season.

Given Jürgen Klopp’s refusal, the Bayern boss is the obvious next choice.

However, as relayed by Goal, Bayern Munich president Herbert Hainer has said that Hansi Flick won’t be taking the Germany job, telling Sky Germany:

“I am firmly convinced that he will still enjoy it with us because he can do a lot with the team.”

Kopites should be delighted

This backing from the Bayern president should come as some relief for Kopites.

90Min this week reported that Bayern Munich are planning to move for Jürgen Klopp should Flick leave.

If Flick stays then we have nothing to worry about, we should keep the boss with no trouble.

Hopefully Jürgen doesn’t let us down and he sticks to his promise of seeing out his contract.

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