According to his own statement, Bayern boss Oliver Kahn is not concerned with the rumors about an alleged possible farewell to the German record champion.

“I’m not wasting a second at the moment worrying about my contract, it’s always about FC Bayern,” the 53-year-old told the “Bild” newspaper.

After being eliminated from the Champions League, Kahn reiterated his goal of “bringing FC Bayern back to exactly where they belong: to the top in all competitions. We will turn every stone for that.”

Another premier class off

Bayern lost 3-0 in the first leg to Manchester City and lost 1-1 in the second game in Munich in the quarter-finals of Europe’s premier class for the third time in a row. The team of new coach Thomas Tuchel is also no longer in the DFB Cup. In the course of the sporting setbacks, the role and responsibility of sports director Hasan Salihamidzic and CEO Kahn is also being discussed.

The explosive situation was heated up the day after the Manchester game by a tweet by Norwegian TV expert and ex-national player Jan Aage Fjörtoft, who fueled speculation about Kahn’s future. Its replacement is “a matter of time,” wrote Fjörtoft. The club president and chairman of the supervisory board of Bayern, Herbert Hainer, contradicted: “No, these rumors are not true,” said Hainer when asked by the German Press Agency.