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Thomas Tuchel says he has no intention of leaving Bayern Munich: “Every contract is amendable by mutual consent.”

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When asked if he might still lead Bayern Munich, Thomas Tuchel responded, “everything is possible.”

Bayern made the announcement in February that Tuchel will step down at the end of the current campaign. Although the team hasn’t won the Bundesliga in twelve years, they still have a chance to go to the Champions League final.

When asked if that scenario was fixed in stone following Austrian manager Ralf Rangnick’s rejection of the chance to take his position this week, Tuchel responded during a news conference, saying, “This is an agreement, so this can’t be changed.”

He did, however, add, “Well, you can change every contract by mutual consent because we also had a contract that we decided to end early, so anything is possible.”

“However, the response remains the same: the agreement is valid and existent.”

Tuchel made his remarks as he got his second-place squad ready for two games this coming weekend: a league trip to Stuttgart on Saturday and a journey to Real Madrid for the second leg of the Champions League semifinal on Wednesday night.

“Yes, but I don’t think they want to know in the next five or seven days, so the players are going to be focused on the game tomorrow and the reverse fixture [against Madrid] on Wednesday,” he said in response to the question of whether the players would be eager to find out who will be in charge at the Allianz Arena come next season. That is, in my opinion, the most important thing.

Tuchel understands that finishing second behind the recently crowned champions Bayer Leverkusen might not be viewed as a success, but for the time being, he will focus exclusively on making sure the team achieves the highest possible league result.

“Second place is never a goal for Bayern Munich, but playing Stuttgart tomorrow is still a big challenge,” he stated. I am aware of the intense emotions we will experience tomorrow.

“After participating in relegation games the previous season, they are currently among the top teams in the league, if not Europe. It is quite amazing that they are always performing at a high caliber.

Stuttgart, who now sit third in the Bundesliga, five points behind Bayern with three games remaining, will welcome the dethroned champions to the MHP Arena. Stuttgart has already guaranteed one of the five Champions League slots for the upcoming season, but they still intend to finish in the top four.

At a news conference, head coach Sebastian Hoeness stated, “It’s unbelievable that we’re going to be playing in the Champions League.” It’s very exceptional.

But in order to claim that we accomplished it on our own, we need to get at least three more points and finish fourth.

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