The German national team wants coach Julian Nagelsmann (36). Bayern Munich also allowed this.
Germany’s ‘Bild+’ announced on the 12th (hereinafter Korean time), “Once the match against France is over, the search for a new coach in Germany will begin in earnest.”
The German Football Federation (DFB) officially announced the dismissal of coach Hansi Flick on its official website on the 10th. The German national soccer team, led by coach Flick, lost 1-4 in a friendly match against Japan held at the Volkswagen Arena in Wolfsburg, Germany on the 10th.
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Germany, which is about to host the Euros, performed poorly in the Nations League following the World Cup. With a desperate mindset, they tried to make a leap forward by inviting Japan, who had humiliated them in the last World Cup, to their home, but they were completely defeated and could not escape the shock.메이저사이트
Previously, Germany’s ‘Bild’ began searching for candidates for the next head coach and posted a list of candidates for manager Flick’s successor. Jurgen Klinsmann, Oliver Glasner, Miroslav Klose, Rudi Völler, Jurgen Klopp, Matthias Sammer, Louis van Gaal, Lothar Matheus, Zinedine Zidane and Julian Nagelsmann were among the names listed.
Among them, the most likely next German national team coach is Nagelsmann.
The media announced, “Good news has arrived for the national team. Bayern Munich has decided to officially terminate the contract with coach Nagelsmann for the national team.”
Bild+ said, “According to our information, DFB vice-presidents Hans-Joachim Watzke and Rudi Voehler have inquired about Nagelsmann as the national team coach, and Watzke in particular wants to know whether the young Nagelsmann can lead the German national team. At the same time,” Bild+ said. “He wants to know what conditions are needed for Nagelsmann, who is tied to Munich until 2026, to terminate this contract.”
Munich’s answer was positive. According to reports, unlike other clubs that had inquired about Nagelsmann, Munich decided to let Nagelsmann go without penalty if he was a member of the German national team. Munich put forward two conditions.
The media said, “The first condition is to play a friendly match between the German national team and Bayern Munich. The second is for the DFB to cover Nagelsmann’s entire salary. Nagelsmann still receives 7 million euros (approximately 9.9 billion won) from Munich. He explained, “I am receiving an annual salary of 93 million won.”
Bild+ added, “Munich has allowed everything. Now all that remains is the DFB’s decision.”