RB Leipzig manager Julian Nagelsmann has reportedly decided to leave the club in favour of joining Bayern Munich.
According to Sky Germany, the two clubs have officially started to communicate on the incredible 33-year-old manager, but Leipzig want hefty compensation.
“Julian Nagelsmann has agreed personal terms with Bayern Munich but RB Leipzig are demanding a world-record fee for their manager, according to Sky in Germany,” Sky reported.
“Bayern made contact with title rivals Leipzig on Sunday and agreed terms with the 33-year-old. The clubs must now agree a fee, with Leipzig demanding €25m,” the report added.
Meanwhile, the champions elect next take on Borussia Mönchengladbach this weekend.