“I can assure you that the Name of Oliver Kahn plays in our Considerations,” said Bayern President Uli Hoeness a few weeks ago. Specifically, these Considerations about the succession of the Executive boss Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, whose contract expires in December 2019.

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According to the current state Rummenigge has extended his contract, however, by a further two years – an Oliver Kahn as Chairman of the Executive Board of FC Bayern, it would therefore – if at all – until December 2021.

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reported As “Sport Bild” now, to give it in the spring of 2019, a further conversation in which the Boss successor. After that Hoeness would like to be with Kahn to replace.

A scenario: Kahn could start in January 2021 at the Säbener Straße and then at the end of the year the Post of Rummenigge. In the meantime, the Supervisory Board is to be inaugurated with regards to the Kahn idea.

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But the sports magazine, the former goalkeeper was not the first choice of Hoeness to prepare. Another Oliver should probably have stood at the top of the wish list of the President: Oliver Bierhoff.

cancellation of Bierhoff

With the team Manager of the German national team is supposed to have Hoeness already in the summer of 2017 met, to ask if he was interested in a commitment at Bayern. However, Bierhoff is said to have issued a refusal, and remained at the German football Association (DFB).

Only then to have the responsible and then intense with the Causa Kahn. News in relation to a Rummenigge follow-up, there will be at least next spring – it will be exciting!

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