Hansi Flick will replace Joachim Low as Germany’s head coach after Euro 2020, the German FA has announced.
Former Bayern Munich boss Flick, 56, signed a three-year contract on Tuesday to succeed Low, who will step down after 15 years in charge.
A statement on the German FA’s official website read: “Hansi Flick will take over as the new coach of the Germany national side. The 56-year-old signed a contract running until 2024 today at the DFB headquarters in Frankfurt am Main, which also includes the EURO 2024 to be held in Germany.”
The statement added: “Hansi Flick’s contract will begin on July 1 2021 and he will take over from Joachim Low once this summer’s Euros have finished.
“Low had already agreed to end his contract – which ran until 2022 – after the tournament.”
Flick was Low’s assistant from 2006 to 2014 – they led Germany to glory at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil – before departing to take on the role of sporting director with the German…
Source: Complete Sports