Bayern Munich agree £10.2m fee for Burnley boss Vincent Kompany – reports

Bayern Munich have reportedly agreed to a £10.2 million compensation fee with Burnley for Vincent Kompany to become their new manager. The German club has been searching for a replacement for Thomas Tuchel since it was announced in February that he would leave the Allianz Arena this summer. Despite their efforts, Tuchel was unable to secure any silverware and his potential stay fell through, prompting Bayern to turn to Kompany.

Tuchel’s tenure ended poorly, with Bayern losing 4-2 to Hoffenheim on the final day of the season, resulting in a third-place finish in the Bundesliga. 

After unsuccessful attempts to hire Bayer Leverkusen’s Xabi Alonso and Austria’s Ralf Rangnick, Bayern shifted their focus to Kompany. Despite Burnley’s relegation from the Premier League this season, Bayern seem confident in Kompany’s capabilities to lead the team forward.

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