- Hansi Flick will end his stay at Bayern Munich at the end of the current season
- There are reports that the 56-year-old clashed with the sporting director for not signing a cover up for Thiago Alcantara
- The 56-year-old led the Bavarians to six trophies since he took over in the last 18 months
Hansi Flick will leave his position as Bayern Munich boss after spending just 18 months at the club.
The 56-year-old won six trophies during his short spell with the Bavarians including last season's Budnesliga, German Cup and the Champions League titles.
It is understood that the German gaffer fell out with the club's sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic on several occasion over last summer's transfer dealings.
Flick was not happy with the way Bayern let Thiago Alcantara joined Liverpool last summer despite his immense contributions into the team.
The Munich based club moved closer to another Bundesliga title after defeating Wolfsburg by 3-2 and extended their lead at the top of the table by seven points.
Flick then disclosed in a post-match interview:
"I told the team today that I informed the club during the week, after the game in Paris, I would like to terminate my contract at the end of the season."
The assistant to Germany's Joachim Lowe has been tipped to take over from his boss when he steps down after the Euro tournament.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Jurgen Klopp has insisted that he will fulfill the remaining years in his contract with Liverpool and is not interested in replacing Joachim Low, The Sun.
The Reds boss' contract at Anfield is set to expire in the summer of 2024 and they are currently on a run of six home defeats at the Merseyside.
Low announced he will quit the German national team at the end of the Euro 2020 in June after 15 years in charge.
Klopp has been one of the managers tipped by experts to succeed the 2014 World Cup winner but he has stated that has no interest in handling affairs at national level.