Former Germany boss Joachim Low planning return to international management with huge rivals
FORMER GERMANY boss Joachim Low is reportedly eyeing a shock return to the international game.
The 63-year-old is sniffing out opportunities to get back into the game after taking an extended break following 15 years in his previous job.
Joachim Low is reportedly keen on becoming manager of BrazilGetty
Low guided his home nation Germany to pinnacle of football in 2014 with World Cup glory in Brazil.
Now Bild are claiming that he is interested in taking charge of the South American country that he enjoyed his greatest success in.
Brazil sacked manager Tite after they were eliminated from the World Cup on penalties by Croatia in the quarter final.
Carlo Ancelotti has been heavily linked with leaving Real Madrid to take charge of them.
However, this fresh update states that Low is also ready to throw his hat into the ring to become the next boss of the five-time world champions.
Low quit Germany and was replaced by Hansi Flick after a number of underwhelming tournament performances with his last match in charge being the 2-0 Euro 2020 defeat to England in June 2021.
Low now finds himself hungry to return to the profession he loves… after he has attended the World Cup in Qatar as a fan.
Speaking to German publication Kicker, the coach recently said: “I already have the intention of taking on a task in football again.
“The fun in this sport is too much for that.
“I feel motivated again when I watch football now – that wasn’t the case for a few months.”
He then added: “If I feel a task appeals to me, I’m ready and attack again.”
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Low hasn’t worked in club management since a stint with Austria Wien during the 2003-04 season.
Prior to that, he coached FC Frauenfeld, Stuttgart, Fenerbahce, Karlsruher, Adanaspor and Tirol Innsbruck.
Low then assisted Jurgen Klinsmann as Germany boss between 2004 and 2006, before landing the top job himself.