- Julian Nagelsmann has been confirmed to become Hansi Flick's successors in the new season
- The 33-year-old will leave his position as RB Leipzig coach in a deal worth €25million
- Nagelsmann qualified Leipzig into last season's Champions League semi-finals and two second-place Bundesliga finishes
The hiring of the RB Leipzig boss came at a cost for the Bavarians as the Bundesliga giants will be paying their rivals up to €25million including bonuses as compensation.
The 33-year-old manager signed a five deal for the Allianz Arena outfit, a record-signing made by any coach.
The high-profile Nagelsmann qualified Leipzig into last season's Champions semi-finals and his side is on course to finish behind his new employers.
Also known as Baby Mourinho, the German gaffer who was also linked with the vacant Tottenham job will succeed Hansi Flick who recently terminated his contract.
Flick has been linked to taking over from Joachim Lowe as the new national team boss after the Euro 2021 championships.
Bayern president Herbert Hainer released a statement:
"Julian Nagelsmann stands for a new generation of trainers.
"Despite his young age, he has had an impressive career. We are convinced that with Julian Nagelsmann we will build on the great successes of the past few years.
"It will always have a place in the history books of FC Bayern. We wish him all the best for his future."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Didier Drogba was instrumental to Chelsea's first Champions League win during the 2011-12 season when they defeated Bayern Munich in the final at the Allianz Arena, Champions League Twitter.
The Ivorian legend flashed back at the memories that changed his life as a player and did not forget his former teammate John Mikel Obi's contribution in the midfield.
The handlers of Champions League's Twitter page posted a video on Twitter of Mikel's outstanding performance in the 2012 UCL final.