Ex-national coach Joachim Löw is planning his comeback as a coach. According to a report, Paris Saint-Germain are said to be interested in the 2014 world champion coach – but there are still doubts.
Comeback after a one-year break: Joachim Löw, former coach of the German national team, wants to return to the coaching bench after his one-year break, as “Bild” reports. The 62-year-old has already received a number of offers, including France’s top club Paris Saint-Germain, the club of Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappé and Neymar.
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Paris not yet convinced: But there should also be doubts at PSG. For one thing, the future of current Paris coach Mauricio Pochettino, whose contract expires in 2023, is still unclear. On the other hand, Löw’s last coaching position at a league club was almost 20 years ago (2004 at Austria Vienna).
15 years of DFB-Elf: Until the summer of 2021, Löw had been in charge of the DFB-Elf for 15 years as head coach. His successes are impressive. In 2008 he became vice European champion with the team, and in 2014 he won the world championship with her. In the last few years of his activity, Löw lost his luck, the 2018 World Cup and the 2021 European Championship were disappointing.