Bayern Munich has appointment of Michael Rechner as their new first-team goalkeeping coach.
Bayern Munich made the announcement on Wednesday and the club had been without a member of staff in that role since sacking Toni Tapalovic in January after it was discovered that he had leaked internal chats to players.
The Bundesliga champions had organised a thorough search for a coach to succeed Tapalovic and have now reached an agreement with Rechner, 42, over the role.
The Bavarians confirmed on their website on Wednesday: “FC Bayern have signed Michael Rechner as goalkeeping coach.
The 42-year-old moves to Munich from TSG Hoffenheim.”