Philipp Lahm says he would “definitely change something” on the Bayern Munich board, despite previously rejecting the opportunity to become their sporting director.
All is not well at the Allianz Arena with head coach Carlo Ancelotti reportedly close to losing his job after a poor recent run culminated in their Champions League defeat to Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday.
It is not just Ancelotti’s future that should be uncertain, according to Lahm, with the club’s former captain open to changes at board level.
“I would definitely change something,” he said, when asked by Business Insider. “But that isn’t necessarily something to talk about now.”
On the possibility of returning to Bayern at board level, he added: “I’ve always said that there will never be an area that I know better than football.
“I have played football since I was five years old. This is my core skill and it will always remain so. In this respect, there is no reason not to return to football.