Bayern Munich president Karl-Heinz Rummenigge believes that Jurgen Klinsmann’s coaching methods at the club will revolutionise the way the game is played.
New Bayern coach, Klinsmann, plans to implement sweeping changes to the club’s training methods on his players.
The new approach will be “not only for the Bundesliga but for all the footballing world,” Rummenigge said.
The training centre – designed by Klinsmann – will “release positive energy” and include areas for relaxation, rest, study and massage.
The 43-year-old Klinsmann has banned mobile phones and intends to introduce eight-hour training sessions at the club’s new performance centre.
“It is my philosophy that each player must want to improve each day,” Klinsmann said earlier this month.
“I would like to take the players to the next level, if each player becomes better, so too will the team.”
Players have strict training regimes starting at 09:30 and finishing at 17:30, with meals prepared by a Michelin-starred chef.
“It was interesting to see how the players reacted to the first two weeks of training,” said Klinsmann, who replaced Ottmar Hitzfeld on July 1.