Klose, 43, retired from playing in 2016 and worked as an assistant coach for the national team before working in the youth sector at Bayern Munich, then became an assistant coach for the first team in Bayern Munich last season, and now he is a candidate to coach the German youth team, according to what the magazine reported. Kicker today.
Klose, who was crowned with the 2014 World Cup title, left Bayern after suffering a leg stroke, but he has now recovered and is looking for an opportunity in coaching work, and his focus is mainly on working with clubs.
After leading the German youth team to the European Under-21 Championship title last June, Konz is leaving his post to take over the Turkish national team.
The German Football Association stated that it is trying to keep its assistants Daniel Nedzkowski, Antonio de Salvo, Klaus Tomford and Yannis Chaibe in the coaching staff of the youth team.
“We are doing everything we can to keep the other members of the coaching staff of the U-21 team, who have done a great job in recent years, and we are confident that we will succeed,” said Yuti Khatsialixio, sporting director of the German national teams, in an interview with Kicker magazine.