Bundesliga outfit Eintracht Frankfurt have slammed Bayern Munich for announcing the news of their new manager a day before they agreed.
The Bavarians announced on Friday that Frankfurt manager Niko Kovac will take over Jupp Heynckes next season.
However, Frankfurt football director Fredi Bobic was not pleased that Bayern made the announced before their matches against Bayer Leverkusen and Schalke.
"The offer has surprised us at this stage of the season, but we owe a lot to Kovac," Bobic told reporters at a news conference on Friday.
"The timing is unfortunate, and the fact information has leaked to the public - certainly not from Frankfurt, but from Munich - is disrespectful, unprofessional.
"We have a very important match tomorrow in Leverkusen and next week in the cup against Schalke, which should actually be the topics today.
"The procedure, I think, is extremely questionable, as I said before. Bayern have thought of themselves and not for a second about Eintracht Frankfurt.
"I respect the colleagues from Munich, but they want something from us, so they have to call us, but that did not happen.
"It's disrespectful. We will not talk about it with Bayern now, but we will look for dialogue again in the near future."
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