Following his high-profile retirement game, German goalkeeping legend Oliver Kahn is now being tipped to replace Jurgen Klinsmann as Bayern Munich boss, Bild reports.
Jurgen Klinsmann took the German national team to the World Cup semi-finals in 2006 and, after a two year break from football management, he has returned to take control of Bundesliga champions this summer. However, his performances in the first few months at Bayern Munich have been far from impressive and, according to rumours, should the team’s poor start to the season continue, Klinsmann could be shown the door.
The man who is being tipped as a potential replacement for Klinsmann, Oliver Kahn, has just retired from professional football this summer aged 38. Kahn was infamously stripped of the German captaincy and eventually dropped as first choice goalkeeper while Klinsmann was at the national team.
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