The club’s former coach says die Roten have an unfair advantage domestically, while admitting he would return to coaching if the right opportunity arose
Felix Magath believes Bayern Munich should quit the Bundesliga as a result of their dominance in Germany’s top flight.
The Bavarians won the treble last season and have now amassed 22 league titles, with only Borussia Dortmund realistic rivals to their league crown.
Magath has coached eight different teams in the Bundesliga, including die Roten, and suggested the creation of a super league containing Europe’s best teams could be a solution.
“You would have to exclude them from the domestic competition – a Europe League would be more telling,” the 60-year-old told Hamburger Morgenpost.
“I see the league as a competition where first place is permanently assigned to Bayern Munich.
“The clubs that play constantly in the Champions League have huge advantages.”
Magath is not currently coaching after leaving Wolfsburg in October 2012, but admits he would consider a return under the right circumstances.
“If somewhere there is a situation in which there is a club I am attracted helping, and its managers see it as well, then I’m willing to leave my family in Munich.”