German legend, Miroslav Klose gets a job in Bayern Munich as an assistant coach (Photos)

German legend, Miroslav Klose has been delegated as Bayern Munich assistant coach under lead trainer Hansi Flick from next season.

The 41-year-old was divulged today in the wake of marking a one-year contract with the German mammoths.

Klose, who scored a record 16 World Cup objectives and won the trophy with Germany in 2014, net 53 goals in 150 games in all rivalries for Bayern somewhere in the range of 2007 and 2011.

The 41-year-old, who has been an adolescent coach at Bayern for as long as a long time since resigning from football in 2016, and even drove them toward the South/Southwest group title last season.

In the wake of marking the arrangement with the club, Klose postured for photographs with CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and donning executive Hasan Salihamidzic while keeping up social distance rules and wearing mask.

‘We have known each other very well since our time in the national group and we confide in one another both expertly and by and by,’ Klose said in a club explanation.

‘For me, this is the subsequent stage in my profession as a coach,’ the 41-year-old included.

‘With his experience as a previous expert at the most noteworthy universal level, Miro is the ideal option to our instructing group,’ Bayern Coach, Flick included.

‘We have known and valued each other for quite a while and had the option to praise extraordinary triumphs together with the national group.’

Klose, who additionally won two Bundesliga titles, two German Cups, and the Coppa Italia is the German national group’s untouched driving goalscorer with 71 strikes for his nation.

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