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Vincent Kompany Set to Become Bayern Munich’s New Head Coach

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Vincent Kompany Set to Become Bayern Munich's New Head Coach

Bayern Munich has reached a three-year agreement with Vincent Kompany to become their new head coach.

Bayern Munich will pay Burnley £10.2 million to bring the 38-year-old to the Allianz Arena. He will take over from Thomas Tuchel, as the club failed to convince Tuchel to stay after reaching the Champions League semi-finals. They had to look elsewhere for a replacement.

Kompany, who started coaching at Anderlecht, gained recognition when he joined Burnley two years ago. The ex-Manchester City defender made a mark in the Championship, transforming a defensive team into an exciting attacking force. Under his leadership, Burnley swiftly returned to the Premier League.

Bayern had a tough season, missing out on a top-two finish in Germany for the first time since 2011. Although they made it to the Champions League semi-finals, they were narrowly beaten by Real Madrid over two legs.

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