The search for the coach at VfL Wolfsburg could drag on.
“I think we need a little time for it. Because it is a difference whether you will change a team in a current season or whether you are doing it now after the season,” said Managing Director Jörg Schmadtke of the “Wolfsburger Allgemeine Zeitung “.
“We have to show ourselves again: What do we want? And what do we get in the end? On Sunday, the Bundesliga club surprisingly ended the collaboration with coach Florian Kohfeldt. In October of last year, the VfL leadership presented as successor two days after the separation from Mark van Bommelt Kohfeldt.
According to information from the “Bild”, Thomas Reis, currently a coach at VfL Bochum, is said to have sparked Wolfsburg interest. “If there is an inquiry, I would listen to everything,” said Reis. “That is part of the business.” Ex-VfL striker André Breitenreiter is also said to be a candidate. The 48-year-old had recently led FC Zurich to the title in Switzerland. In addition, Matthias Jaissle (Salzburg) as well as Adi Hütter and Sandro Schwarz are considered candidates.