Bayern Munich put a price on Julian Nagelsmann's head

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According to TZ, Bayern Munich intend to ask PSG for some compensation if they end up appointing Julian Nagelsmann as their manager ahead of the 2023/24 season. That's because, even though you might not believe this, Nagelsmann is still officially under contract despite his sacking last March.

In the last hours, Luis Campos has made sure to communicate to Christophe Galtier that he will stop being the PSG coach next season.

After a year full of disappointment in the Champions League, the club from the French capital is betting on a new change in its bench and has started looking for a new coach to take the reins of PSG.

The Parisian board has set its sights on Julian Nagelsmann, who is hogging the attention of the club's top executives in Doha. The German, sacked last March by German Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich, is expected to be in Paris on Wednesday to continue negotiations with Paris Saint-Germain.

Bayern Munich intends to ask PSG for a sum in the €8-to-10m range for Julian Nagelsmann

Despite having been replaced by Thomas Tuchel on the Munich club's bench, Nagelsmann remains officially linked to Bayern. This, mind you, is fairly common in Germany where it is completely legal to keep a high-ranking employee until the end of his contract even if he doesn't actually work for his employer any longer.

According to information from the local outlet TZ, Bayern Munich intend to demand financial compensation of between €8m and €10m for their former coach, believed to be in talks with PSG.

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Although the price may seem quite high, the truth is that Bayern Munich, aware of Paris' growing interest in signing Nagelsmann and appointing him as their new manager as soon as possible, could well take advantage of it and not really be seen as a greedy, but savvy organization.