Bayern boss Thomas Tuchel ‘slapped with strict warning at secret meeting with club annoyed by negative ex-Chelsea chief’

THOMAS TUCHEL has reportedly been slapped with a strict warning at a secret meeting with Bayern Munich board members.

The Bayern boss has been informed about his negative behaviour in recent months.

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According to German outlet Bild, Bayern chiefs have been unimpressed by Tuchel’s “erratic” conduct following the club’s failed transfers during the summer window.

Bild claims there was a secret meeting held earlier this month while the players were away on international duty to discuss the matter.

The 50-year-old was told to be less negative and emotional when talking about his squad in public.

Bayern bosses are also said to be concerned about his comments upsetting players and have given a strict warning that his attitude needs to change.

The ex-Chelsea chief arrived at the Bundesliga side less than six months ago when he replaced Julian Nagelsmann – and he reportedly tested the bosses’ patience during the summer transfer window.

Although the German giants managed to sign Harry Kane for £100m, Tuchel also wanted Declan Rice, Kyle Walker and Joao Palhinha – and was frustrated when the club missed out on their signatures.

Tuchel has endured a difficult start to his management at the Allianz Arena.

He arrived having a potential Treble on the cards in the latter stages of the season.


But they were knocked out of the German Cup, then lost to Man City in the quarter-finals of the Champions League and nearly blew the Bundesliga title before snatching it on the last day from Borussia Dortmund.

Meanwhile, Bayern had a strong start to this season, thrashing Werder Bremen 4-0 in their Bundesliga campaign opener.

But they were held to a 2-2 draw by Bayer Leverkusen last Friday.

Tuchel’s squad return to the Champions League tonight where they will host Manchester United.

The Bayern boss will not be on the sidelines however as he serves a one-match suspension.

The German coach was sent to the stands during Bayern’s 1-1 second-leg draw with City in April, and was handed the punishment of watching tonight’s game away from the dugout.

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