It was exactly three years ago that Frankfurt Eintracht announced Adi Hütter as the new coach. It is quite possible that his successor has already succeeded him. The Frankfurt Eintracht coaching committee is running at full speed apart from the sporting crisis in the season finale. Only one result is not yet in sight. The trail could lead to Bern again. The future Eintracht sports director Markus Krösche even waived the Leipzig cup final last week in order to devote himself to the search for a new trainer in Frankfurt. After CFO Oliver Frankenbach and Chief Scout Ben Manga had already explored the market in advance and met with interested parties, the Hanoverian native has now also started looking for a coach. Here the race is still open, but given the final planning security for the new season, the coaching carousel could pick up speed soon. The track to Wolfsburg’s Oliver Glasner had clearly cooled down in the last few days. According to Sport1 information, he should not have fully convinced in the first discussions. The Austrian keeps a low profile about his future. A club allegedly had to draw a release clause of 4.5 million euros by Saturday. According to “Bild”, the SGE did not do that. The replacement modalities would have to be renegotiated.
Seoane has a release clause
According to the Swiss tabloid “Blick”, Gerardo Seoane also has an exit clause of just under one million francs. Until when this is valid is unclear. But there are some indications that Seoane is leaving Bern for the Bundesliga. According to a report by ‘SportBild’, Frankenbach and Manga are said to have recently traveled to Switzerland by car to meet the 42-year-old. Krösche has also already dealt intensively with the Bernese master maker. Seoane has recently shown himself not entirely averse to taking the next step in his career. “If there should come a club that presents the right challenge and I feel that I can develop myself further and that everyone is relying on me, then I’ll think about it.”The native Spaniard recently revealed on Swiss television. The record of the former professional from Deportivo La Coruna, Grashoppers Zurich and FC Luzern is impressive. At Young Boys, he won the championship this season with a 28-point lead over Basel and, despite the departure of top performers, brought Adi Hütter’s work to a new level. They can hope for the same in Frankfurt.
What distinguishes Seoane? The Swiss with Spanish roots speaks six languages fluently. Certainly not a disadvantage for the international SGE team. The ex-professional is considered a good communicator, team-oriented and inquisitive. “The longer you are in this job, the more you understand that you don’t know anything”, Seoane once explained his drive in an article on the page “The Coaches Voice”. With Bern he was three times champion and one cup winner, eliminated Bayer Leverkusen in the Europa League. According to “Express”, the factory club should also be very interested in the success coach.
Raul wants to stay in Madrid
The SGE also felt the same way with other candidates. According to the “Spox” report, Manga had shown real legend Raúl. The Spanish sports newspaper “Marca” warmed up the rumor again on Sunday. But the coach of Real’s second team is considered an unlikely variant. The ex-striker could follow Zinedine Zidane at Real. “I’m an employee of the club, this is my home, this is where I want to be. I identify with this club “, said Raul on the weekend. He was happy and wanted to stay. Norwich’s successful coach Daniel Farke, who was already in Frankfurt’s field of vision as the successor to Niko Kovac, should also be on the Eintracht coaching list. Cup winner coach Edin Terzic, who snatched away the Champions League rank with BVB der Eintracht, could also be a candidate. But it is by no means ruled out that, in the end, the Eintracht makers, like three years ago with Hütter, will surprise everyone in the end. Such an unexpected persona could be called Domenico Tedesco. The former Schalke coach said goodbye to Spartak Moscow with the Champions League qualification on Sunday and will return to his family living in Stuttgart. A Tedesco consultant on SGE4EVER.de did not want to comment on whether his future will be in the Bundesliga again.