Adi Hütter in Gladbach before the end? Borussia already in contact with replacement

Adi Hütter’s debut season at Borussia Mönchengladbach was anything but according to plan. The successor of Marco Rose, who migrated to BVB, is supposed to be in Gladbach after only twelve months.

Does Borussia Mönchengladbach actually move the ripcord two years before the end of Adi Hütter’s working paper? According to “Bild”, the Gladbach responsible persons think about it.

According to information from the tabloid, the Niederrheiners are already looking around for possible replacement candidates for the Austrian. Gladbach explores the market, it is said. Talks with a potential candidate or his consultants are said to have even been held.

This considers “Bild” as an indication that the cooperation with Hütter could be ended prematurely. Quite explosive, since Hütter was only released from Frankfurt for a transfer fee of 7.5 million euros last year.

One thing is clear: the expectations could not be met under head coach Hütter. Gladbach, who welcomes TSG Hoffenheim on Saturday (3:30 p.m.) in the final Bundesliga game at home, will end the season to tenth. In the worst scenario, there are even 13th place. As far down in the table, the foals landed last in the 2010/11 season when one was ultimately only in the league over the two relegation games.

Gladbach manager Virkus avoids absolutely commitment to Hütter

Problematic also the now apparently broken relationship between some leaders and the trainer. According to “picture”, the internal problems are so obvious that even a big cadre break in summer would not help.

Hütter zu Gladbach: Ein seltsamer Wechsel

Last but not least, Gladbach’s manager Roland Virkus was fueled. At the press conference on Thursday, he avoided Hütter. Virkus first pointed out to have said everything about the topic. On the hint that he only said that he “wanted” to go into the new season with Hütter and not he would, he replied: “We want that and everything else we discuss.”

Adi Hütter himself explained: “I have a contract, I have nothing else, I don’t want to say more about that.”