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Bayern Munich face mass exodus amid managerial uncertainty

Bayern Munich is on the verge of a mass exodus in the summer. The club’s football director, Max Eberl, recently stated that players with expiring contracts in 2025 must renew until the summer or will be sold. In the wake of his words, some of those footballers with deals running out in 15 months’ time have spoken out publicly. Alphonso Davies’ agent was the first to voice his concerns regarding the club’s policy, saying that his client does not like the ultimatum and will not be signing a new deal now. The uncertainty of who will succeed Thomas Tuchel at the helm of the Bavarian giants is holding the players back from signing new deals.

Joshua Kimmich, another key player for Bayern in recent years, became the latest to express his concerns. They coincide with what Alphonso Davies has said and present the footballers with more power in the negotiating process. The longer it takes Bayern to appoint a manager for the next season, the more players will be seeking stability and greener pastures.