The Bavarian side claimed their eleventh consecutive title after beating Köln, combined with Borussia Dortmund's draw against Mainz.

It should be time to celebrate for Bayern München after a dramatic Bundesliga title win for the team led by Thomas Tuchel, but the decisions made in key moments of the season have seen two of their main men being dismissed moments after the crown was secured.

Those men in question are none others than Oliver Kahn and Hasan Salihamidzic, who acted as the team's CEO and sporting director, respectively. In a brief press release, the Bavarian side shared their decision on the same day they won the Bundesliga title for the 33th time ever.

"Oliver Kahn is no longer CEO of FC Bayern München AG. Hasan Salihamidžić will also be replaced as board member for sport. This was decided by the club's supervisory board. Kahn will be replaced by the current vice-chairman of the board Jan-Christian Dreesen. Salihamidžić's successor is still to be decided," the document states.

Kahn and Salihamidzic were involved in some of the team's most questionable decisions in the recently concluded season, which included Robert Lewandowski's exit, the firing of goalkeepers' coach Toni Tapalovic, and Julian Nagelsmann's sacking prior to their UCL meeting vs Manchester City. Added to those calls, their relationship with most of the players was not as respectful as you could expect, creating a toxic environment at Allianz Arena whenever they were around.

In fact, Kahn was not allowed inside Köln's stadium as part of Bayern's staff, which prevented him from celebrating the title with the team.

"Congratulations guys! I am incredibly proud of you and this achievement! I would have loved to celebrate with you, but unfortunately I can't be with you today because the club has forbidden me to," Kahn stated via Twitter.

In the aforementioned press release, Bayern's chairman Herbert Hainer went over the decision to let Kahn leave.

"The decision to part with Oliver Kahn was anything but easy for the supervisory board. Nevertheless, due to the overall development, we have come to the decision to make a new appointment at the top of the executive board. We would like to thank Oliver Kahn for his commitment, his ideas and for everything we have achieved together. He will always remain a great figure at FC Bayern. We wish him all the best for his future," the chairman stated via the press release.

With Kahn and Salihamidzic's exits, the future of several players and even coach Thomas Tuchel will be analyzed by the incoming CEO. With that in mind, the next few weeks will be quite interesting at Allianz Arena, with transfer rumors and a need to rebuild a successful squad on the horizon.