Good Morning, Fear the Wall!
With the #Boszout gaining a lot of steam, one of the common refrains we hear is that there are no good replacements lined up if Bosz were to be fired. If reports are to believed, then there might just be one good replacement out there.
According to Goal.com and WAZ, Borussia Dortmund might be lining up a major summer coup. Julian Nagelsmann, the hotshot Hoffenheim manager, has been linked with a summer move to Borussia Dortmund. If these rumors are true, then it might explain why Dortmund haven’t fired Bosz yet; they can’t find an established manager (like Lucien Favre, for instance) who will only be willing to act as an interim.
Nagelsmann has been heavily linked to Bayern Munich in the past, so Dortmund will probably have stiff competition if they want to sign him.
“The Bundesliga claim to have found their answer to Harry Kane” - LINK
The idea of Nagelsmann taking over next year is a tantalizing one, but it feels unrealistic. What do you think are the odds of him coming here? Feel free to answer with a percentage or a fraction, but please simplify your answer if you choose a fraction.