Leipzig manager, Julian Nagelsmann has reportedly agreed on personal terms with Bayern Munich to become their next coach.
According to Sky in Germany, Bayern made contact with title rivals Leipzig on Sunday and agreed on terms with the 33-year-old. The clubs must now agree a fee, with Leipzig demanding €25m
Nagelsmann had been linked with the vacant managerial post at Tottenham but his preference is to remain in the Bundesliga. He took RB Leipzig to last season’s Champions League semi-finals and they are on course to finish second behind Bayern in the Bundesliga this campaign.
Nagelsmann will succeed Hansi Flick, who last week asked Bayern to terminate his contract at the end of the season after several disagreements with sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic.
Joachim Low will leave his position as manager of the Germany national team at the end of this summer’s European Championship and Flick has been linked with becoming his successor.