Monday, 26 March 2018

Xabi Alonso talks about replacing Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes

Former Real Madrid and Bayern Munich pass master Xabi Alonso have revealed his future plan and the prospect of replacing Bayern Munich coach.

In an Interview with Sportbuzzer, the pass master also speak about his former team-mate Joshua Kimmich and also speak about Germany chances in the coming World Cup.

Speaking about beginning a career in coaching, He said

"No, no, it's too early. Maybe in a few years, but definitely not now. I'm happy not to have the pressure at the moment. I'm not ready for such a big challenge.'

Concerning Bayern Coach. He said

"I was surprised when he was appointed, but I wouldn't be surprised if he decided to continue in the job. I'm sure he'll have spoken to Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Uli Hoeness, and they'll work out who's the best for Bayern if they decide it's Heynckes, they'll be right about it. I've got the utmost respect for him."

On Kimmich, He said

"I'm delighted with how Joshua Kimmich has developed. He's a fantastic lad. I was close to him at Bayern, and I follow him now. If he carries on like this, he's going to have a massive future ahead of him."

On Germany chances in the World Cup, He said

"Germany are among the favourites. They're the defending champions and have got even better since 2014, integrated new players and have unbelievable confidence. You could see how much potential they have at the Confederations Cup. They sent B-team there and won it."

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