After Lucien Favre’s cancellation, a new favorite has apparently emerged when Borussia Mönchengladbach was looking for a coach. Again table football reported that Daniel Farke is to succeed Adi Hütter.
The 45-year-old has been part of the group of candidates since Hütter’s separation at the end of the season and should now be the top favorite for the vacant coaching position at the foals after Favre’s withdrawal at the beginning of the week.
Vincent Kompany, who was also recently traded, is said to be about to sign with English Premier League relegated Burnley FC.
Gladbach’s sports director Roland Virkus announced at the general meeting on Monday that he wanted to present a new coach “as soon as possible”.
For the 45-year-old Farke, Borussia would be the first Bundesliga stop in his career. The East Westphalian began his coaching career at SV Lippstadt and took over the U23s from Borussia Dortmund in 2015. In 2017 he moved to England, where he led Norwich City twice to the Premier League, and in November 2011 they separated. In January he signed a contract with the Russian first division club FK Krasnodar, which was canceled before the first competitive game after the start of the Russian war of aggression in Ukraine.