Joachim Low is stepping down as nationwide group supervisor after Euro 2020 but it surely appears the Bayern boss will not be taking on
Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge says Hansi Flick gained’t be changing Joachim Low as supervisor of the German nationwide group.
Low is about to face down from his place after Euro 2020, bringing to an finish a profitable 15-year tenure which introduced World Cup glory in 2014.
Flick is lower than two years into his personal profession as a supervisor however, after profitable a historic sextuple with Bayern, he has been tipped as one of many high candidates for the job.
What has been mentioned?
Talking after Bayern thrashed Stuttgart 4-1 to go 4 factors clear on the high of the Bundesliga, Rummenigge informed Welt am Sonntag: “I informed [Flick] that we’re very glad with him.
“We’re effectively suggested to complete what we’ve got agreed within the contract. I informed Hansi that in no unsure phrases.”
Flick’s Bayern contract runs till 2023 and Rummenigge says that the coach staying in his function “has nothing to do with chance. That could be a reality.”
He additionally mentioned the German FA (DFB) don’t need to discuss to a coach who’s underneath contract already.
“President Fritz Keller confirmed that to me in a telephone name this week,” Rummenigge added.
If true, this could additionally rule the likes of Jurgen Klopp and Julian Nagelsmann out of the operating.
Who’s favorite to be subsequent Germany supervisor?
Whereas Flick, Klopp and Nagelsmann have been probably the most high-profile names linked with the job, not one of the three appear more likely to tackle the function at this stage.
Each Klopp and Nagelsmann have acknowledged their intentions to stay with their present golf equipment for the foreseeable future.
The present favorite for the job is Ralf Rangnick, the skilled former Leipzig and Schalke coach who was most just lately head of sport and improvement throughout Purple Bull’s golf equipment. Rangnick has additionally held talks with Schalke over a return to the membership as sporting director.