MUNICH -- Hoffenheim coach Julian Nagelsmann has distanced himself from comments he made about managing Bayern Munich in the future, saying they have "no current relevance."
Recent reports in Germany have linked Nagelsmann with the Bayern job, and the highly rated 30-year-old added to speculation by claiming earlier this week that the club "has always played a prominent role in my dreams."
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Julian Nagelsmann has added to speculation that he could one day coach Bayern Munich by revealing his wife and children will move to Munich, and suggesting it is his dream club.
Nagelsmann, 30, became the youngest Bundesliga coach ever when Hoffenheim appointed him in February 2016, aged 28 years old.
He has been touted as Carlo Ancelotti's potential successor at Bayern Munich after leading Hoffenheim into the Champions League.
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A 13-year-old ball boy has said it "was a great feeling" to help his club Hoffenheim as they beat Bayern Munich 2-0 on Saturday.
Umut Tohumcu, a Hoffenheim under-14 attacker, was quick to react and became the unlikely hero as he set up the opening goal by throwing the ball to Andrej Kramaric.
Bayern had been the dominant side in the opening stages of their match at Hoffenheim, but were caught off-guard after 27 minutes following Hummels' long clearance of a ball which had already crossed the touchline.