Bayern Munich pay hefty amount for Heynckes’ backroom staff

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Bayern Munich have certainly gone all out to ensure that new manager Jupp Heynckes is comfortable in his position ahead of an extremely important season.

The former treble-winning boss was confirmed this morning to be the new Bayern boss until the end of the season.

In his final season as manager of the German giants, Heynckes won the European treble with the club and will be looking to win another trophy this season.

Winning the Champions League, Bundesliga and German Cup in 2013 before retiring, Bayern fans are certainly in safe hands now.

Though, it is not just Heynckes signing that has got people talking with the backroom staff also very highly rated.

The German giants had to pay a hefty fee of 1.75 million euros to release Fortuna Düsseldorf’s assistant coach Peter Hermann.

It seems a bit much for what could end up just being a season-long job, but Bayern have ensured their former coach is well equipped.

That is because, so early in the season, Bayern are still able to salvage the Bundesliga and the Champions League in which they have underperformed in.

The 3-0 loss to Paris Saint Germain made it difficult for them in their group and also cost Carlo Ancelotti his job.

For now, Jupp Heynckes and his new assistant Peter Hermann will be looking to do all they can to bring back the glory days for one more season.

Official confirmation

It was early this afternoon that Bayern Munich confirmed on their social media pages that Jupp Heynckes was their new boss.

The former manager will no doubt bring back the positive factor to the dressing room and will know how to get some of the underperforming players going again.

Find out more about Jupp’s appointment here. 


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