The former Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger has come out on the list of managers who will replace Joachim Low once the Euro campaign is over.
Joachim Low has been at the helm of managing the German national team for 15 years since his appointment in 2006 and led them a World Cup glory during 2014 competitions in Brazil.
Low’s team was later eliminated from the semifinal of Euro 2016 and made a dismal performance during the 2018 FIFA World in Russia. Public calls for Low’s dismissal were evident but the DFB decided to retain him.
After the 2018 dismal run, Wenger was mentioned as the candidate to replace the German before he was retained. According to Four Four Two, the Germans are going for a clean break and are likely to appoint another manager outside the team with the likes of Jurgen Klopp and Hansi Flick on target.
Jurgen Klopp has however turned down any opportunity to take over from Joachim by stressing his commitment to Liverpool with his contract still running.
Wenger, who left Arsenal in 2018 and has still not retired despite him not holding any managerial position since his departure from Emirates. The Frenchman is back as one of the managers who will likely take over the Germany National team.