Fenerbahce Istanbul is said to be interested in signing national coach Joachim Loew (61). That reports the image-Newspaper. Löw himself was cautious about his professional future on Wednesday.
After his announced resignation from the post of national coach after the upcoming European Championship, Löw had made it clear that he wanted to continue working as a coach. Now the first interested party has apparently been found: she wants from Turkey image have found out that Fenerbahce wants to sign Löw.
It would not be the first time that Löw would coach the Istanbul club, which has been waiting for a championship title since the 2013/14 season: Löw already looked after the club once in the 1998/99 season and ended the season in third place. According to image I mentioned earlier to friends that he would like to work in Turkey again.
Because the title will probably not work this season either (five points behind Besiktas), Löw could take over from coach Erol Bulut (46). There he would also meet midfield director Mesut Özil. The playmaker was in the national team under Löw for a long time and won the 2014 World Cup, but resigned from the national team in a dispute and accused the DFB, among other things, of racism.
Löw himself fought off questions about his future at the press conference on Wednesday: “I don’t want to be confronted with anything until the European Championship,” he emphasized: “That is the focus for me. Then we will see. Only then will I hold talks . ” He wanted to take a break anyway: “It is unthinkable to leave a tournament and flip the switch the next day.”