A well-known journalist sees Joachim Löw as a promising candidate for the coaching position at a top club.
Will the ex-national coach land at FC Barcelona?
Munich / Barcelona - 1: 1 against Athletic Bilbao, 1: 1 against Granada and 0: 3 against FC Bayern Munich in the Champions League: At FC Barcelona *, not much is coming together in the young season.
It goes without saying that the Catalans, who are spoiled for success, are beginning to hear voices publicly counting the coach Ronald Koeman.
The rumor mill is known to simmer quickly with the Catalans, the first names are already being traded.
Including the former German national coach Joachim Löw *.
Spanish journalist Gerard Romero brought Löw into play on his Twitch channel on Tuesday.
Romero is an expert when it comes to news about FC Barcelona, in the past he worked, among other things, for the largest Catalan radio station
Löw soon to be a coach at FC Barcelona?
Fans can imagine ex-DFB coach on the sidelines
According to Romero, in addition to Löw, ex-Barcelona captain Xavi, who is currently coach in Qatar at Al-Sadd, and Phillip Cocu, currently without a club, most recently on the sidelines at Derby County, play a role in the club's thoughts. The former Inter-Coach Antonio Conte and Andrea Pirlo are also among the extended circle of candidates for the Koeman successor.
And what about the fans?
Many can imagine Löw as the new Barca coach.
On Twitter, a fan of the Blaugrana wrote under a post from Romero on the coach topic: "Löw is the best of the candidates, he became world champion with Germany, played excellent football".
Another wrote: "Löw and Conte are the ones that convince me, but these top coaches will not come to work with this bad squad." Barcelona had multiple world footballer Lionel Messi * at PSG * and striker in the summer Let Antoine Griezmann move back to Atlético Madrid.
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After his early exit at the European Championship in the round of 16 against England, Löw had emphasized that he wanted to continue his coaching career as a club coach. As early as March he revealed that after his time at the DFB he would like to improve his Spanish skills and learn the language properly. So he would be prepared, whether he will actually end up in the coaching bench in Barcelona remains to be seen. (fmü)
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