& # 39; Jose Mourinho would bring glamor to the club & # 39 ;: Michael Ballack urges Bayern Munich to appoint his former boss to improve the Bundesliga
- Michael Ballack worked during his stay at Chelsea under Jose Mourinho
- The ex-Blues midfielder believes that Mourinho & # 39; glamor & # 39; to Bayern
- The German champions have worked in the competition under the direction of Niko Kovac
- Ballack believes that his former club should turn to the Portuguese in the near future
Michael Ballack believes that the appointment of Jose Mourinho in Bayern would bring Munich & # 39; glamor to the club & # 39 ;.
The former Bayern midfielder worked with Mourinho during the first managerial stint of the Portuguese coach with Chelsea.
The Bundesliga champions have lost their usual dominance of the German top flight and are facing a fierce opposition from Borussia Dortmund this season, which only one point behind Niko Kovac & s side.
Michael Ballack believes that the appointment of Jose Mourinho & # 39; glamor & # 39; to Bayern Munich
Ballack worked under Mourinho for a season during his four-year stay at Stamford Bridge
Kovac was attacked after the outbreak of the Champions League in the last 16 and overlooked the entire season inattentive.
And Ballack, who spent four years with Bayern and won three domestic titles, believes that the club fondly known as & # 39; FC Hollywood & # 39; in Germany needs a coach with the caliber of a Mourinho to restore their glamor in a competition that will soon be struggling to attract the biggest stars of the game.
& # 39; At the moment, Niko Kovac is the head coach and that must be respected & # 39 ;, said the 42-year-old to Bild.
& # 39; He is doing well. [But] one cannot deny that, at some point in the future, the appointment of Mourinho would bring a certain glamor to the club and the Bundesliga.
& # 39; It has been seen with Pep Guardiola – his appointment gave the competition a huge shock, even if he did not win the Champions League at the end with Bayern.
Ballack won the League Cup under the Portuguese coach for his resignation in 2007
& # 39; Guardiola has introduced a certain way of playing, he is an exceptional coach. Moreover, the international profile of each club is many times higher when you pass Guardiola or Mourinho.
JOSE MOURINHO & # 39; S CV
Porto (2002-2004): Primeira Liga (x2), Taca de Portugal, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Cup.
Chelsea (2004-2007; 2013-2015): Premier League (x3), FA Cup, League Cup (x3), Community Shield.
Inter (2008-2010): Series A (x2), Coppa Italia, Supercoppa Italiana, UEFA Champions League.
Real Madrid (2010-2013): La Liga, Copa del Rey, Supercopa de Espana.
Manchester United (2016-2018): League Cup, Europa League, Community Shield.
& # 39; With a coach like Mourinho, it's probably easier for a club to become top stars. The Bundesliga does not currently have the same appeal for world-class players as the Premier League. But Bayern would do well to have world stars in their team. & # 39;
Ballack was one of those top stars who was seduced by the prospect of working with Mourinho in 2006.
He became an integral part of Mourinho's side, but he only lifted the League Cup under his stewardship as the coach was fired for a year at Ballack's Stamford Bridge residence.
Mourinho has won the national titles in every country where he has worked, but he is currently out of work after being fired by Manchester United in December.
He has often appeared as a TV expert, but he has revealed a keen desire to return to management early next season.
& # 39; The position of the coach is very special. I like the daily work, participate in various competitions, play games. & # 39; Mourinho told BeIN Sports in France.
Mourinho worked as a TV expert after his resignation from Manchester United
& # 39; I want to train a club, I want to find a place for this summer, in June for the preseason.
& # 39; I know exactly what I don't want, that's why I've already rejected three or four offers.
& # 39; And I know what I want, not the name of the club, but the work style, the workload.
& # 39; I know what I want and I hope so. & # 39;