Oliver Kahn is under great pressure because Bayern is now a mess. He was criticized for selling striker Lewandowski to Barcelona without finding a worthy replacement for the Polish public servant. In addition, the CEO of Bayern also advocated sacking coach Julian Nagelsmann and invited Thomas Tuchel to be the new captain of the team.
However, the arrival of coach Tuchel did not help Bayern go up, but the Bavarian team was even more disappointing than before. They were kicked out of the Champions League by Man City and just let Dortmund take the top spot in the Bundesliga.
According to German media, on May 22, the Bayern Board of Directors will hold an important meeting. There Oliver Kahn will have to convince the team leaders to keep him. Given that Bayern’s board of directors has kept an eye on Axel Hellmann as the spokesman for the Eintracht Frankfurt board, it can be seen that they no longer want to stick with Oliver Kahn for a long time.
Hellmann currently has a contract with Frankfurt until 2027. Due to conflicts in the Frankfurt elite, it is not excluded that he will leave the club before the above deadline.
The reason Hellmann caught the “blue eye” of Bayern’s BLD is because he left a very special impression in Frankfurt, the team that just won the Europa League 2021/22. Thanks to the great contributions of the 51-year-old leader, Frankfurt has earned many attractive sponsorship contracts and maintained good relations with the media. In addition, Frankfurt also expanded the capacity of Deutsche Bank Park Stadium from 51,500 seats to 60,000 seats.
Bayern break sales record
2 reporters Tobi Altschaffl and Christian Falk revealed, in the upcoming meeting, CEO Oliver Kahn (pictured) will announce the record revenue of 835 million euros that Bayern achieved in the financial year 2022/23. With the most recent financial year, Bayern announced a revenue of 665.7 million euros, which can see the Bavarian team’s revenue growth of up to 25% after just 1 year. According to Altschaffl and Falk, the Gray Lobster Board is expected to spend a lot of money to upgrade the club when the summer transfer window opens.