Advertise a club German Wolfsburg Today, Wednesday, it was officially announced the appointment of the former Dutch international midfielder Mark van Bommel He coached his team until the summer of 2023.
Wolfsburg appointed Dutchman Mark van Bommel as coach for the team for two seasons, succeeding his late coach Oliver Glasner, as Van Bommel previously worked as an assistant to Mwane Marwijk with the Saudi national team in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers.
The German club Wolfsburg recently qualified for the Champions League next season, as it finished its season in fourth place with 61 points.
The team, which will participate in the Champions League next season, revealed in a statement on its official website that Van Bommel, 44, who won the Champions League with Barcelona in 2006 and runner-up to the world champion with his country in 2010, signed a two-year contract until 2023..
He will succeed former Bayern Munich captain, Oliver Glasner, who will oversee Eintracht Frankfurt next season.
It will not be Van Bommel’s first coaching assignment, as he previously supervised PSV Eindhoven between 2018 and December 2019.