Bayern Munich have no plans to sack manager Thomas Tuchel following their 3-0 defeat to Bayer Leverkusen.
According to reports from Germany, the manager will keep his role as the club’s boss.
The loss to Leverkusen extended Bayern’s winless streak and left them five points behind in the title race.
Despite the disappointing result, Bayern’s management is committed to keeping Tuchel until the end of the season.
The club will reportedly reassess their options in the summer, but have no plans for a managerial change for now.
Bayern’s focus is now on the remaining fixtures, including games against Lazio and VfL Bochum.
The club acknowledges that Tuchel is not solely responsible for their recent performances and is expected to make changes to the squad in the summer.
Tuchel was reportedly frustrated by the team’s failure to execute his tactics against Leverkusen. However, if Bayern fails to win any silverware this season, Tuchel’s future at the club could be in doubt.