After only appointing him before June, the Bundesliga champions have verified the 55-year-old will probably be staying for more.

Flick originally acquired more than Niko Kovac as an interim supervisor in November, until Bayern declared the subsequent month the 55-year-old would remain on through the rest of this 2019-20 season.

Following a successful run because then, Bayern have confirmed that Flick has agreed a deal to remain on through to June 2023.

“The group has developed beneath his leadership, and we are playing soccer, which is represented in the outcomes.”

“I’m anticipating the coming tasks with my coaching staff and the staff,” Flick added. “The discussions with Rummenigge, Oliver Kahn and Hasan Salihamidzic were rather great and characterized by excellent mutual confidence. Collectively we’ve described the direction for the next several years. I am certain that we are able to attain a lot together.”

Since taking more than Kovac, Flick has directed Bayern into 18 wins in his 21 aggressive matches accountable.

Flick had Bayern on course for its Champions League quarter-finals, leading his side to a 3-0 triumph over Chelsea at the last-16 first leg at Stamford Bridge prior to the contest was suspended on account of this coronavirus outbreak.

For Flick, it’s his first head coaching part since he departed Hoffenheim at 2005. Since he then served as a helper for the German national group before linking Kovac’s team as an assistant before this 2019-20 season.

“It is very important to FC Bayern a coach knows that the club’s doctrine,” said Bayern CEO Kahn:”Hansi was a participant at Bayern, he had been an assistant trainer; now he is permanently head trainer. It is a fantastic development.

“Hansi understands the mindset of this club, he understands that FC Bayern is quantified by maximum victory and I am happy we are now able to develop the club culture with him in the next several years.”