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Report: Bayern Munich offers three-year deal to Burnley boss Vincent Kompany

In a significant move, Bayern Munich has reportedly offered Burnley coach Vincent Kompany a three-year contract running through 2027. According to Sky Sport journalist Florian Plettenberg, the deal is ready to be signed as soon as both clubs reach an agreement. Fellow Sky Sport reporter Patrick Berger has also confirmed this information, indicating that negotiations are still ongoing. The news reflects Bayern’s interest in bringing Kompany on board as they look to strengthen their coaching lineup.

Despite the buzz around the potential hiring, the three-year duration of the contract suggests a cautious approach from Bayern Munich. While the front office seems to be sold on Kompany’s capabilities, the relatively short term indicates that the club is not yet committing to a long-term project. If Kompany’s tenure materializes, it will likely be a “read and react” situation where Bayern Munich will closely monitor his performance and adjust their plans accordingly.

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