After sacking Niko Kovac, Bayern are openly looking into their options for a new manager of the Bavarians to steady the ship.
Some of the most mentioned options included Arsene Wenger, Ralf Rangnick, and Massimiliano Allegri.
However, all three seem to be off the table now.
Rangnick was the first wish for Bayern. However, the former Leipzig manager denied Hoeness.
Arsene Wenger had some disputes over contract longevity. Now, the most probable option fell off, reportedly due to a bad Italian experience with Carlo Ancelotti, according to German press.
Question re: Bayern Munich and their next manager.
Plenty saying Allegri, some saying Mourinho.
But are Bayern still wedded to that "the trainer must speak German" narrative they wheeled out post-Carlo Ancelotti?
— Sam Tighe (@stighefootball) November 4, 2019
It seems as if Bayern’s board is waiting for the summer to bring in Ten Hag, who’s doing a wonderful job at Ajax.
As a reminder, Ten Hag already coached at Bayern, leading Bayern’s second team in lower divisions before moving to the Netherlands.