'It was difficult for me' - Kimmich admits he considered Bayern exit under Ancelotti


Bayern Munich defender Joshua Kimmich has admitted that he struggled to see a future with the club during their tenure under Carlo Ancelotti, after being frozen out of the side. The right-back has enjoyed a strong season under Niko Kovac, with the champions now on track to retain their title after a difficult start to the campaign.

The Germany international joined from RB Leipzig in 2015 and has gone on to become an integral member of the side, playing more minutes than anyone else at the Allianz Arena this season. Editors' Picks.

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