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Two more coaches traded at FC Schalke 04

Mike Büskens will only serve the FC Schalke 04 as a head coach until the end of the season, then the former midfielder returns to his role as a wizard. Several trainers are already traded, including acquaintances from the Bundesliga. But on the candidate list of royal blue are apparently two more exercise leaders.

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Stefan Leitl From the SPVGG Greuther Fürth, the coach, which has been the most likely option for a succession of Mike Bükens in recent weeks. According to the “kicker”, the 44-year-old has at least loose contacts to Schalke 04, previously reported “picture” of an allegedly upcoming change.

In addition to the Fürther, the Boulevardblatt is also the former BVB coach Daniel Fark, which broke his tents at the Russian club FK Krasnodar, as well as Sandro black from Dinamo Moscow an option for the scarce. To black maintains S04 Spord Director Rouven Schröder best contacts since both had worked together with Mainz 05.

Now “Picture” brings two more names into the game, which could take over the position as a head coach for Schalke 04 from the season 2022/23: Christian Eichner from Karlsruher SC and Mersad Selimbegovic from Jahn Regensburg.

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The 39-year-old Eichner has become the KSC in recent years from the junior coach to the head coach of the second division. In February 2020 he was followed on Alois Schwartz, his working paper is aligned after an extension last October long term until 2025. According to the report, Eichner brings the right profile to succeed with Schalke.

The Bosnier Selimbegovic put a similar career like Eichner. Since 2012 he is coach in Regensburg, first as a assistant and later as a coach of the second team, then since 2019 as a chief coach of the professionals. According to “picture”, the 39-year-old would fit to Schalke, mainly because of his “malocher mentality”, although questionable whether he has grown the task at S04.

Schalke head coachs director Rouven Schröder, however, had not looked at the second division’s press conference on Thursday: “We did not find a new coach yet. Whoever comes to Mike Büsken must be really good. That’s why it takes.”