Julian Nagelsmann close to agreeing one-year contract with Germany
Nagelsmann will sign one year contract with Germany
After agreeing on a significant wage reduction, Julian Nagelsmann is allegedly ready to take over as Germany’s new manager through the end of Euro 2024.
As reported by Bild, the previous Bayern Munich boss, who was fired from the team in March but is still under agreement with the organisation, will take over as the head manager of the German national team until the conclusion of Euro 2024.
Bayern will formally replace Hansi Flick as the head coach of Die Mannschaft by terminating Nagelsmann’s contract.
According to the source, Nagelsmann will forego about €4 million in salaries from the German FA (DFB) in order to play for the national side. The sum is insignificant in contrast to the €20 million he could have earned by staying with Bayern until the end of 2026.
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The specific terms of Nagelsmann’s contract will be negotiated in the coming days; the two parties are currently coming to an agreement in principle. On October 14, an international friendly between Germany and the USMNT may be his team’s first game under his leadership.
Nagelsmann is anticipated to agree to a one-year deal with the DFB. The 36-year-old head coach has been drawn to the idea of leading Germany to the 2024 Euros on home soil. On October 14, in a friendly match against the United States, he will make his debut for Germany.
For Julian Nagelsmann, who has experience in club football settings, this will be a significant change. His performance for Bayern in playoff games was by no means outstanding, but things appeared to have improved in the DFB Pokal and Champions League the previous year. In preparation for Euro 2024, he will want to match Germany’s consistent standard.