RB Leipzig will not prevent Domenico Tedesco (37) from becoming the national coach of the Red Devils. After all, the German club released Tedesco so that he could sign with the Belgian association without any problems. Green light is expected soon.
RB Leipzig will not prevent Domenico Tedesco from becoming the national coach of the Red Devils. The German giants sacked Tedesco in September but still had to pay him until the end of the season. According to the picture, this sum was around 1 million euros for the last five months. Should Leipzig win the title, there would supposedly be an additional bonus of 1 million. These amounts are therefore waived – Tedesco could easily sign with the Belgian association.
The board of directors has yet to give the green light to this candidacy, as well as that of Frank Vercauteren as technical director. A formality.
According to our information, Domenico Tedesco will not have to make big money with the Red Devils. At RB Leipzig, he reportedly earned 5 million euros per season. His base salary will be much lower than what Roberto Martínez earned (which was about 2.3 million a year). Above all, the football association has drawn up a contract according to which the results of a major tournament will also be financially decisive for the new national coach. In any case, Tedesco could have earned significantly more as a club.
Initially, a contract is available for the German-Italian until the EM 2024. The young German previously worked for RB Leipzig, Spartak Moscow and Schalke 04. He meets almost all the criteria for the vacancy advertised by the football association.
He is data-oriented, stands for energetic football and is considered an excellent people manager. Only he is not a multiple winner, with a German cup winner on the account. Nevertheless, the RBFA task force sees his youth as an ideal complement to the experience of technical director Frank Vercauteren (66). Together they should continue to select in the outdated selection of the Red Devils and immediately qualify for the European Championships in Germany.
Source : HLN