Bayern’s Jupp Heynckes: ‘I want Jurgen Klopp’

Bayern Munich vs Sevilla

On Wednesday night in Germany, Bayern Munich will be looking to secure their spot in the Champions league semifinal.

Bayern are in the box seat against Sevilla.

The Bavarians won their first leg 2-1 in Spain, while they have 16 wins in 17 matches at the Allainz Arena.

Heynckes: ‘I want Jurgen Klopp’

Ahead of the Sevilla game, Bayern Munich manager Jupp Heynckes faced the media.

In his presser Heynckes was asked which club he’d favour in the final four. The Bayern coach replied:

No matter which Spanish teams progress into the semifinals, Real or Barcelona, ​​we can beat both.

I would like Jurgen Klopp, with his Liverpool team, to make it to the semi-finals.

Should Liverpool reach the semis, they’ll be the bookies’ outsider to win the trophy.

Danke, Jupp! ♥️ . #JuppJuppJupp #MiaSanMeister #DeutscherMeister #MiaSanMia #FCBayern #🔴⚪

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Who’ll be the next Bayern coach?

Bayern Munich are facing a bit of a problem this summer.

Heynckes, 70, is set to leave the club when the season comes to a close, and it’s unclear who will be appointed as his successor.

Following what happened at the start of the season with Carlo Ancelotti, Bayern are known to want to German coach in the dugout.

They had moved to appoint Thomas Tuchel, but the former Borussia Dortmund coach is headed to PSG.

Bayern are now scratching around for their next appointment: will it be Julian Nagelsmann?

Last weekend was another historic weekend for Bayern Munich.

The Bavarians have been crowned German champions yet again following a 4-1 win away at Augsburg.

Bayern won the hard way after falling behind to a Niklas Sule’s own goal.

The Bavarians were ahead at the break thanks to goals from Corentin Tolisso and James Rodriguez. Arjen Robben and Sandro Wagner scored in the second half to give the scoreline extra gloss.

Also see: Bayern Munich vs Sevilla predictions: Champions League match preview & predicted line-ups.

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