Germany head coach Joachim Low has dismissed the possibility of joining Barcelona
or Real Madrid this summer. Low will end a 15-year career with the German national
side after this summer’s European Championships and he is set to be targeted by
clubs from across Europe.
The 61-year-old will be replaced by Bayern Munich coach Hansi Flick
Los Blancos are on the hunt for a new manager following Zinedine Zidane‘s departure.
The Frenchman won 11 trophies in his two spells as Real manager, including two La Liga
titles and three Champions League triumphs. Real Madrid will now be searching for
Ronald Koeman‘s La Blaugrana future is also uncertain.
However, despite speculation over a move to Spain, Low is not interested
in a La Liga switch, and he will now assess his future options in the coming months.
“I have not had any contact with anyone. I am clear I will not take over a club in the
summer. There will be no change of opinion”, as per reports from Marca.
Bayern Munich head coach Hans-Dieter Flick has been mooted as the front runner to
replace Low for their 2022 World Cup qualification campaign.
However, Barcelona could turn to him if they do opt to remove Koeman, with Real
Madrid’s main option set as Antonio Conte, following his exit from Inter Milan.