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Are you paving the way for Bavaria?  Nagelsmann rejects BVB

Are you paving the way for Bavaria? Nagelsmann rejects BVB

What's next for Julian Nagelsmann after the European Championship? The 36-year-old has recently been linked with moves to both Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund. According to current reports, the national coach has now rejected BVB.

Julian Nagelsmann's contract with the German Football Association expires after the 2024 European Championship.

Nagelsmann recently confirmed that it would have been better to clarify his sporting future before the start of the tournament. In addition to staying with the German Football Association, the national coach could also imagine a return to club football. According to reports, Nagelsmann is leaning towards a club coaching job as he is particularly interested in the day-to-day work with the players.

Nagelsmann is not interested in the BVB job

The 36-year-old has been linked with several clubs in recent weeks. In addition to Barcelona, ​​Liverpool and Bayern, Borussia Dortmund have also reportedly dealt with Nagelsmann.

However, as reported by Sky, Dortmund are not an option for Nagelsmann in the summer. Accordingly, Dortmund officials have already been informed of this matter.

In addition to Dortmund, Newcastle United have also finalized Nagelsmann. But a move to the Premier League to the Magpies is currently out of the question for the former Bundesliga coach.

Nagelsmann is not a hot topic at Bayern Munich

The road to Bayern Munich is also cold at the moment, as Sky has learned. Nagelsmann's name is certainly an issue within Bayern, and unlike Xabi Alonso or Roberto De Zerbe, there is currently no connection between Bayern and Nagelsmann.

According to information from Sky, this is mainly because there are no supporters for Nagelsmann's return to Säbener Straße alone. Accordingly, a return to Munich is certainly controversial. In addition, the former Bayern coach does not seem to be the preferred alternative to succeed Tuchel behind Alonso and De Zerbe.