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He was sacked before playing in the Champions League quarter-finals and will now manage the German national team.



Just nine months before the European Championship in Germany, the former Bayern Munich manager said: Julian Nagelsmann will take over as manager of Mannschaft, replacing Hansi Flick. Bild newspaper reported this Tuesday in its online edition.

The German Football Association (DFB) confirmed in a statement that “a meeting took place today between federation presidents Bernd Neuendorf, Rudi Völler and Julian Nagelsmann,” adding that no agreement has been reached. I made it clear.

According to the newspaper, some details of the deal still need to be finalized. Mr. Nagelsmann’s monthly income will be approximately 400,000 euros. This will remain in effect until the Eurocup, which Germany hosts from June 14th to July 14th.

Germany’s next round of matches is scheduled for October 9th, with a trip to the United States and friendlies against Germany (Hartford, October 14th) and Mexico (Philadelphia, October 17th).

When I was 36 years old, Nagelsmann appears to be close to sitting on the bench again for the first time since being released by Bayern in March 2023.

Curiously, he was appointed as the manager of the Bayern club, replacing Flick, who was elected as the manager of Germany.

Flick was fired on September 10, the day after the team suffered humiliation in a friendly match against Japan (4-1), citing poor performance as Germany national team coach.

Flick, who had been in the position since the European summer of 2021, remained in the position despite the debacle at the Qatar World Cup (eliminated in the group stage), but he remained in the position despite the debacle at the Qatar World Cup (eliminated in the group stage). Poor results in the warm-up matches resulted in a win against Peru (2-0), a draw “in extreme conditions” against Ukraine (3-3), a match against Belgium (3-2, the first on German soil since 1954), Their only win was against Poland (1-0). and Colombia (2-0).

The 4-1 loss against Japan in September was the final straw, and the DFB decided to fire the manager, replacing him with DFB sporting director Rudi Ferrer on an interim basis.

Under the leadership of the former international striker, Germany defeated France 2-1 in their last friendly on September 12th.

Source: Diario.Elmundo

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