Julian Nagelsmann and his revolution at Bayern

Julian Nagelsmann instantly became the coach of one of the leading teams in Europe, and he will start work on the 1st of July. Apparently, Bayern really believe in a young specialist who cost them amazing money – they had to lure him out of Leipzig by paying an impressive amount that could reach 25 million euros.

He has a lot of work to do in Munich. Let’s take a look at what he has to do.

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Find common ground with players

So far, everything looks good – it seems that the key figures in the team support the new coach and respect his achievements.

Even before accepting the invitation, the German specialist contacted the Bayern players in order to better understand the mood in the Bavarian camp.

In the course of its work, the composition will change, but first of all it is necessary to make sure that the leaders are satisfied with everything.

Adapt tactically

This season, Bayern have used the 4-2-3-1 formation most often, which may be useful for the new coach.

However, Nagelsmann likes to vary his tactics and play with three defenders, so you can be sure that the team will try 3-5-2 or 3-4-2-1.

Together with him from Leipzig will come video analyst Benjamin Gluck, whose tactical analysis will help players quickly get used to how Nagelsmann thinks.

Deal with transfer policy

All indications are that Nagelsmann will not be able to spend much this summer. Upamecano and Omar Richards of Reading have already been signed.

Hardly anyone else will come from Leipzig, and there is information that the coach is already more than satisfied with his roster. He himself knows how to help the players to progress, and with his help Bayern can reach a new level. And you cannot believe the rumors about Holland – the club is not interested in high-profile signings.

Gotta prove he’s the new Guardiola

Guardiola’s effect at Bayern will never be forgotten, and it is his example that the new coach will follow. It is no secret that the German is a big fan of the Manchester City manager and that he even sometimes sends Guardiola videos of his team’s performance in anticipation of comments from the Catalan.

But Nagelsmann is confident in his methods, which have proved to be justified more than once. There is only one thing left – to win the trophies.