Six months after leaving Monaco, Niko Kovac has been appointed as the new coach of Wolfsburg, which is looking to revive itself after a disappointing season.
Sacked by Monaco in mid-season due to the club’s mixed results (8th after 19 days), Niko Kovac will find a bench from next season. The Croatian technician will be the coach of Wolfsbourg for the 2022-2023 season, who announced his signing on Tuesday for a 3-year contract, ie until 2025.
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He is therefore returning to Germany, where he won the title in 2019 with the Bayern Munich, for what will be the 5th club of his coaching career, and succeeds Florian Kohfeldt, who arrived during the season to replace Mark Van Bommel. Its objective will be to do much better than this season, eliminated in the group stages of the Champions League and 12th in the Bundesliga, the Wolves will be deprived of Europe next year.