Hansi Flick has suggested that he is not concerned by his future at Bayern Munich but happy with his job.
Following the departure of Niko Kovac, Hansi Flick was appointed as the head coach at Bayern Munich. Flick is on a temporary role at the club although he will remain at least until the start of the winter transfer window.
Recently, Tottenham decided to part ways with their manager Mauricio Pochettino. Pochettino was already on Bayern’s radar to take the reins and now, with him being free, the speculation is finally looking to take shape.
But Hansi Flick has insisted that he is not concerned as it is beyond his role to take the decision. The German also said that he will meet with the Bayern Munich board during the winter to discuss about his further role with the club.
“It is not my job to analyse coaching colleagues,” Hansi FLick said as reported by Mirror.
“The club now has all the options to look for the future, whatever they want.
“We’ll wait until the winter break, then we’ll sit down together.”
“We prepare just as before,” added Flick.
“I am completely satisfied with the solution. It is crucial that the club has time to think about what is right for the future.”
“I’m doing my job now and trying to be successful with the team. Football is a day-to-day business, it can be different tomorrow than yesterday.