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Muller doesn't care who becomes the next manager of Germany

Sun 14 March 2021 | 17:11

Low is set to leave his position after the EURO while Flick and Klopp are the candidates to take over the job.

The German football association confirmed that Joachim Low will leave his position as the manager of the

German national team

after spending a successful 15 years in charge. Although he won the World Cup with Germany, the performance of his squad has declined over time.

Thomas Muller

,

Bayern Munich

’s key player says that he doesn’t care about who becomes the next managers as the Germans only are concerned about success.

"I have not yet formed an opinion, that is also not the most interesting thing,"

he told reporters.

"What actually interests us Germans is that we will be successful in the summer. We want to be successful at the European Championships and not know who the successor is."

Hansi Flick who won the treble with Bayern Munich last year is tipped as the potential replacement for Low as he assisted him for 8 years. Jurgen Klopp is the other candidate however he is unlikely to leave Liverpool soon.

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