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Bayern Munich News: Heynckes to return to Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich News: Heynckes to return to Bayern Munich

 

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According to the Bayern Munich news, this season Jupp Heynckes could return his way to his former club Bayern Munich.

This season the Bayern Munich side sacked the Italian manager Carlo Ancelotti after they face defeats against the new powerhouse of Europe Paris Saint Germain in their Champions League encounter.

There were rumors that many Bayern Munich players were not happy with him also and they stood up against him and that is the main motive to sack him.

In place of Ancelotti now Bayern Munich’s assistant manager is taking care of the German side but Bayern Munich news said that the German giant’s side made their approach to Jupp Heyckes to be their supremo for the rest of the season.

In his coaching career, the 72-year-old has won the treble with the Bayern Munich side in 2013 before they appointed Pep Guardiola.

Now Heynckes will replace Willy Sagnol and will take the helm of Bayern Munich for the rest of the season as per the Bild sports.

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