German national team head coach Joachim Löw has confirmed to quit his job at the end of the 2020 European Championship campaign.
It has been noted that the 61-year-old has been studying Spanish for some time, as journalist Christian Falk reports.
According to the source, Löw has often told him that Real Madrid is the club he would one day like to lead.
It was earlier stated that in place of Joachim Löw, Hansi Flick is the main contender to take charge of the German national team.
However, Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has stated that Flick will continue to work for the Munich-based club.