Bayern Munich are starting to lose their patience with manager Pep Guardiola, according to club president Franz Beckenbauer.
The Spaniard's deal with the club runs out in 2016 and he has still not given any clues as to what he intends to do once it expires.
The situation around Guardiola's contract negotiations is a sensitive one – we recently saw him storm out of a press conference after being asked about his future.
It's believed the German club have become frustrated with things as they stand, as evidenced by comments made by club president Beckenbauer.
"I don't think he's going to make us wait for too long; I don't believe we will have to wait until April or May, because that would be too late," the president told Sport1.
"I'm assuming he will decide in 2015, that before the end of the year he will tell us something. If it was any longer than that, we would have to start looking (for someone else)."
Bayern's executive chairman, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, has said Guardiola agreed to let the club know what his decision would be in the second half of 2015.
"He has told us he will meet with us in the second half of 2015, so there are still a few months left."
Guardiola has come under a lot of scrutiny at Bayern and even though he has delivered titles to the Bavarian giants, his biggest criticism is that he has failed to win the Champions League with them.
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