Julian Nagelsmann will be announced as Bayern Munich’s new manager within hours after the Bundesliga giants reportedly agreed a world-record £21.7million compensation package with RB Leipzig.
The 33-year-old is to succeed Hansi Flick on a five-year contract worth €8m a season before tax.
BILD report that an agreement has now been reached for the switch to take place on July 1, meaning Nagelsmann will manage his final Leipzig game against Union Berlin on May 22.
He will then head to Bayern for pre-season, and it has been reported that the Bundesliga champions will pay a world record £21.7m to their rivals to get the deal over the line.
Bayern and Leipzig confirmed on Tuesday that a deal for Nagelsmann was done.
Nagelsmann is in his second season at Leipzig, who look set to finish runners-up to Bayern.