The DFB is satisfied to have a coach who has delivered many titles at Allianz Arena available as Joachim Low’s replacement.
According to German Football Association chief
"would make an excellent national coach". Bierhoff believes theBayern Munich
manager can “bring people together”.
Flick will depart Bayern when the season ends after he negotiated with the club to end his contract two years earlier.
Julian Nagelsmann has agreed to replace the German tactician and Flick has a clear path for replacing
"Now the way is free to talk to him.
"You don't have to be a great expert to say that Hansi would make an excellent national coach.
"First of all, I'm happy that this option has been given. Hansi Flick knows the association. He is someone who creates an atmosphere and brings people together."
The DFB declared that they intend to hold talks with Flick by the end of April as Low is on the verge of leaving his post after the European Championship in the summer.
Germany football’s major governing body made a statement, which read:
"It is well known that Hansi Flick is held in high regard by the DFB. We can confirm that, against this background, we will now hold talks with him and those responsible at FC Bayern."
Flick was Low’s assistant for eight years and holds a strong history in theGerman