Joachim Löw is probably toying with a comeback on the bench. There should even be concrete offers from Germany and abroad. And at Paris Saint-Germain, the former national coach is apparently on the list of candidates.

Candidate Paris: As the French “L’Équipe” reports, ex-national coach Joachim Löw is one of the candidates for a possible successor to the criticized coach Mauricio Pochettino at Paris Saint-Germain. The French had dealt intensively with Löw’s profile. The Sport-Zeitung speculates that Löw would jump in “should the opportunity present itself”. Then Löw would train the highest-earning professional in the world: Kylian Mbappe, who is supposed to collect 300 million euros in earnest money for staying in Paris alone – plus up to 100 million per year.

Return? Basically, the 62-year-old said in a “Sky” interview about a comeback: “The will is already there.” And Löw no longer sees himself as a selection coach, but he would “love to train a club again. I would definitely enjoy that,” reports “t-online”. But he will probably not end up in the Bundesliga. “Of course, once you’ve been the coach of Germany, it’s also difficult to find something else that’s adequate as a national coach.”

Some inquiries: “There is nothing concrete yet,” says Löw about his plans. “There are a few inquiries, one or the other offer, which I’ll deal with in the next few weeks. No decision has been made yet.” His long-time companion and ex-goalkeeping coach Andreas Köpke also says: “I don’t think Jogi will stop completely and not want to do anything anymore. I can not imagine that.”

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