Julian Nagelsmann made the media-effective switch from RB Leipzig to FC Bayern in the summer. The coach apparently made economic compromises in order to be able to look after the star ensemble of the record champions. The 'Bild am Sonntag' quotes passages from the book 'Meine Spielzüge. From the coal settlement to Germany's most successful player advisor ‘by advisor Volker Struth, which will appear next week.
As a result, Nagelsmann renounced "15 percent of his agreed salary" without complaint, as the transfer fee for Bavaria was significantly higher than had initially been calculated at Säbener Strasse. This was done at the request of Hasan Salihamidzic. The sports director asked Struth to negotiate subsequent losses with Nagelsmann in order to compensate his high transfer fee - even though the negotiations were actually over at this point.
Meanwhile, Leipzig is said to have asked for a € 30 million transfer fee and a short-term ultimatum of a few days. Accordingly, the pressure on Bayern was great to bring Nagelsmann's commitment on the stage in a timely manner. According to the report, both clubs ultimately agreed on “just over 20 million euros” plus bonus payments.