Bayern Munich have sacked Niko Kovac as their director.
The Croatian, who drove Die Roten to the German group and cup twofold keep going season, was rejected on Sunday, subsequent to meeting CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, president Uli Hoeness and donning executive Hasan Salihamidzic.
Kovac’s flight comes a little more than 24 hours, after Bayern were whipped 5-1 by his previous club, Eintracht Frankfurt.
In a club proclamation, Rummenigge clarified: “The exhibition of our group as of late and the outcomes have given us that there was requirement for activity.
“Uli Hoeness, Hasan Salihamidžić and I have had an open and genuine discussion with Niko on this premise on Sunday, with the consensual outcome that Niko is never again mentor of FC Bayern.
“We as a whole lament this advancement. I might want to express gratitude toward Niko Kovac for the benefit of FC Bayern for his work, particularly for winning the Doubles last season.”
Bayern presently sit fourth in the table, with 18, four behind pioneers Borussia Monchengladbach.