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Bayern appoint julian Nagelsmann as their new head coach

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FC Bayern have appointed Julian Nagelsmann as their new head coach.

The Bavarian-born 33-year-old will move to Munich from RB Leipzig on 1 July 2021 ahead of the new season, signing a five-year-contract with the German record champions until 30 June 2026.

This comes after FC Bayern agreed to current head coach Hansi Flick’s request to have his contract terminated on 30 June 2021, two years earlier than its original expiry date.

Julian Nagelsmann coached the TSG Hoffenheim first team from February 2016, becoming the youngest head coach in Bundesliga history.

Since 1 July 2019, Nagelsmann has been in charge of RB Leipzig, who he led to the semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League last season.

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Player chelsea might sign instead of Haaland

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Max Kruse (Union Berlin)

He may be entering the twilight of his career, at 33, but it’s impossible to ignore just how clinical Kruse has been in front of goal this campaign.

His 10 goals for surprise European hopefuls Union Berlin have come in 16 games – That’s enough to place him fourth on this list (34.48 per cent).Transfer value: £45m

Destro(Genoa)

A little further down the overall goalscoring charts in Italy is Genoa striker Destro, who joined the Serie A club from Bologna ahead of the 2020/21 campaign.

It’s been a profitable first year for him, too, with 10 goals to show from his 23 appearances so far.

Similarly to Simy, the 30-year-old Italian has been much more accurate than some of the more high-profile frontmen in that division, needing only 28 attempts to reach double figures (35.71 per cent).Transfer value: £2.25m

Franck Kessie (AC Milan)

Strictly speaking, Kessie is a midfield player. But as any Chelsea supporter will know, regular goals from the engine room are just as important as in attacking quarters.

Club legend Frank Lampard remains, of course, the record goalscorer at Stamford Bridge and Kessie has shown a similar knack of arriving in the right place at the right time with Milan That’s enough to place him fourth on this list (34.48 per cent).Transfer value: £45m

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The director of legal affairs in bayern is now the vice president of the European club association

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The European Club Association (ECA) has reorganised at the top as a result of the events surrounding the plans for The Super League.

Dr. Michael Gerlinger, director of legal affairs at FC Bayern München AG, is now vice-president of the association.

The new chairman is Nasser Al-Khelaifi, president of Paris Saint-Germain, who succeeds Andrea Agnelli, president of Juventus.

Gerlinger has been a member of the ECA board since 2017. The association was founded in January 2008 to represent the interests of clubs. Since

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