“Bild” newspaper: “Can you fire a coach who costs 20 million euros, still has a chance of a treble and just eliminated Paris St. Germain with ease? Yes, Bayern can! Because obviously they looked after the weak 1: 2 in Leverkusen there was a great danger that Nagelsmann could have had a season without a title. In this respect, her tough decision is consistent – despite the oaths of allegiance in recent weeks. (…) The fact is: Nagelsmann has not made it in 21 months , to constantly bring what is probably the best squad in the world to the top level.”

“Süddeutsche Zeitung”: “According to everything you hear from the Bayern management level, Nagelsmann’s dismissal was not an over-the-top action, not a panic action before the top game against Borussia Dortmund on Saturday in a week. More of a creeping process of alienation – like in a relationship, in which is always reconciled, but in the end doubts prevail.Nagelsmann’s debut year in Munich – in addition to fulfilling his duties and winning the championship – two disappointments are remembered: the Champions League defeat against outsiders Villarreal and a 0: 5 against Mönchengladbach in the DFB-Pokal. And in the current season, the ups and downs continued. The Munich team can theoretically still win all titles – but also: none. There is a strange lack of consistency, that Dominance, the mia san mia.”

Sport1: “The football business can be brutal. One thing is clear: Even at FC Bayern, which defines itself as a family club, it’s no longer about humanity. The performance principle takes precedence over everything. Yes, there are good reasons for the decision to close the Nagelsmann chapter. However, the emergence and communication of this decision is disastrous and lacking in style and not worthy of FC Bayern. Nagelsmann found out about his end through the media on Thursday evening – and reacted just as surprised as many players. A tangible rift between him and his team didn’t exist.Nagelsmann traveled to the Tyrolean ski area after the 2-1 defeat in Leverkusen to recharge his batteries for the top game against BVB.But at that point, the executives, despite all the public praise and ‘We shape- an era with ‘Julian’ promises, spoken to Tuchel from behind for a long time. Mia san mia? Just a cheap phrase that’s no longer with life is filled!”

“Bernabeu Digital”: “Nagelsmann is being targeted by Real Madrid and Tuchel already has a job. The change in the coaching staff of one of the European giants brings the previous Bayern Munich coach closer to the Santiago Bernabéu in the summer.”

“AS”: “Bayern Munich experienced an unprecedented earthquake yesterday.”

“Marca”: “Bomb hit in the Bundesliga. Bayern fires Nagelsmann. Tuchel will be his successor.”

“Mundo Deportivo”: “FC Bayern kicks Nagelsmann out and has already made a decision about the replacement.”

“Sport”: “Bombshell in Germany! Julian Nagelsmann will no longer be the coach of Bayern Munich.”

“Gazzetta dello Sport”: “A bolt from the blue. Bayern surprisingly parted ways with Nagelsmann: Tuchel took his place.”

“Corriere dello Sport”: “Sensation in Bayern: Nagelsmann dismissed, Tuchel replaces him. The defeat in Leverkusen, which cost Bayern the lead in the Bundesliga, was fatal.”

“Tuttosport”: “Sensation at Bayern Munich: Nagelsmann about to be fired! According to “Bild”, the German club has already identified Tuchel as his successor. The recent Bundesliga defeat against Leverkusen was fatal.”

“The Sun”: “Back in Tuch – Bayern Munich appoint Thomas Tuchel as new manager in stunning move after Julian Nagelsmann was sacked.”

“The Guardian”: “Bayern Munich oust Julian Nagelsmann and prepare to hire Thomas Tuchel. The German giants are acting swiftly after the weekend’s defeat at Leverkusen.”

“The Daily Mirror”: “Shock in Bayern! Bayern Munich throws Nagelsmann out and Chelsea’s former coach Tuchel takes over.”

“The Daily Express”: “Bayern Munich have reportedly beat Tottenham to sign Thomas Tuchel (…). Spurs are currently looking for a replacement for Antonio Conte (…).”

“Le Parisien”: “Bayern Munich: Nagelsmann released, Tuchel should replace him? Nobody saw it coming (…), but Julian Nagelsmann should be released from Bayern Munich with immediate effect. Nagelsmann, who came from Leipzig in 2021, had Bayern just qualified for the quarter-finals of the Champions League by knocking out PSG.(…) But Bayern aren’t called FC Hollywood for nothing.New affairs are happening all the time and in the next few hours we’ll no doubt learn more about the reasons behind them sudden dismissal.”

“L’Équipe”: “Nagelsmann went down in the history of the German club 19 months ago when he became the first coach to sign for five seasons. He was also the first for which Bayern had to spend money (25 million euros to RB Leipzig). The fact that he was thrown overboard at this point raises questions. After all, Munich are still on course for a treble.”

“Le Figaro”: “It was rumored that he would return to PSG to replace Christophe Galtier next season, but ultimately Thomas Tuchel will start over at Bayern Munich. (…) Nagelsmann didn’t have a good one with the German champions Reputation more. The top management accused him of his surprising tactical decisions and an insufficiently stable game pattern.”

“Algemeen Dagblad”: “Despite some weaker results, the club’s leadership has so far supported the youngest coach in the club’s history. But after the 1-2 defeat at Bayer Leverkusen, the Bavarian top team, who have already lost ten points this calendar year, had enough “”De Telegraaf”: Bayern Munich puts Nagelsmann on the road. … The intervention is remarkable in that Bayern are still in the running for their eleventh championship title in a row, just a point behind Dortmund, and are in the quarter-finals of the Champions League and the quarter-finals of the German Cup.”

“Blick”: “The coaching earthquake in Munich is making waves. Coach Nagelsmann is surprisingly fired. The failed long-term project could become an expensive affair for Bayern. (…) Because of the risk of not winning the Bundesliga title for the first time since 2012 “, this is now abruptly terminated. Thomas Tuchel should save the season – and could become a triple winner with Bayern less than two months after his appointment. What he has to do is keep the championship trophy in Munich.”

“Kronen Zeitung”: “While FC Bayern Munich was planning his dismissal, Julian Nagelsmann was enjoying a skiing holiday with Lena Wurzenberger in Zillertal, Austria. From the point of view of the Bayern bosses, the love trip was obviously the wrong signal Bayern Munich parted ways with Julian Nagelsmann during the international break.

“Today”: “While discussions were being held in Munich about Nagelsmann’s expulsion, the trainer himself was on a skiing holiday in Tyrol and was not informed at all by the club about what was happening.”