Hansi Flick has given a transfer update on Bayern Munich.
He first spoke about Jermoe Boateng, the wantaway defender at Bayern.
“I get along with him and we talk openly,” Flick told German sports magazine Kicker.
“Against Wolfsburg he came into the side and had some problems, but then he showed he has the quality to play for Bayern.
“Jerome has to make the decision about his future because it’s about his career.”
Flick also said that Bayern are looking for a new right back.
“Benjamin Pavard does well in every position but especially well at centre-back,” he said. “Therefore an addition at right-back would be helpful.
“Winter transfers always bring something to a team if they help immediately – and this is difficult to find. I am in exchange with Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Hasan Salihamidzic.”
The Bayern boss also ruled out a return to the national camp.
“I can imagine a lot of things, but I can’t imagine that at the moment,” he said.
“It’s been a lot of fun, especially working with this coaching team and this squad.
“We’ve found a really good team spirit. Bayern Munich is a club with a lot of power, so I really like this job. The idea of always wanting to be successful suits me perfectly.
“I feel a lot of trust. There’s nothing to stop us from continuing if we’re successful. Let’s just assume that our matches and results will remain satisfying. And if not, the club will have plenty of time to look for another coach.”