Bayern Munich boss Karl-Heinz Rummenigge strongly denied on Friday that the decision to sack coach Niko Kovac at the end of the season had already been taken. "Such a decision does not exist. This information is totally fake, "Bild quoted Rummenigge as saying, 24 hours before the final match of the last day of the championship, where Bayern can claim the title. During the day, the sites Spox.com and Goal.com had said that Kovac would lose his position even in case of a double cup / league, still possible. These media added that the possible successor of the Croatian was the Dutchman Mark van Bommel, current coach of PSV Eindhoven. On Saturday, a draw will be enough for Bayern to clinch its seventh consecutive German championship crown. The following Saturday, May 25, the team will play for the double, facing RB Leipzig in Berlin in the final of the German Cup.