Schalke should agree with Freiburg goalkeeper Schwolow on a change and coach David Wagner excludes a resignation. All S04 news.
Rumors were already circulating during the match that Schalke had agreed a transfer with Freiburg goalkeeper Alexander Schwolow. Coach David Wagner initially did not want to confirm the media reports.
In any case, after the worst second half of the club’s history, the Schalke coach was in focus: During Sky– Expert Lothar Matthäus asked the club to think about a change of coach, resigning is out of the question for Wagner himself.
All news and rumors about FC Schalke 04 on Sunday can be found in this article.
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Schalke 04 agree with Freiburg goalkeeper Alexander Schwolow on change?
Schalke 04 has apparently agreed with goalkeeper Alexander Schwolow from SC Freiburg on a transfer to the new season. That reports the image-Newspaper. Only the transfer fee should currently cause problems for the financially troubled club.
To Image-Information demands a transfer fee of eight million euros from Freiburg – a sum that would currently be difficult for Schalke to manage. In view of the corona pandemic, Schalke therefore hopes to be able to agree on a lower amount with the Breisgauer.
At Schalke, Schwolow is to succeed Alexander Nübels, who will transfer to Bayern without transfer. Contrary to imageReport can badish newspaper So far, however, have not confirmed an agreement, neither between the player and Schalke, nor between the two clubs.
Coach David Wagner said after the 0: 4 in Freiburg about the imageReports: “I cannot confirm this message.”
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Schalke 04: David Wagner rules out resignation despite horror series
Coach David Wagner from Bundesliga club Schalke 04 has ruled out his resignation despite the horror series in the second half of the season. “There won’t be one. I’m a Schalke – and Schalke fight,” said the coach after the 0: 4 (0: 2) on the last match day at SC Freiburg.
The Royal Blues have not won any of their last 16 games of the season. Even before the meeting in Freiburg it was clear that S04 had the weakest second half of its club history. Despite the frightening record, Wagner may well go into his second season.
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Lothar Matthäus calls for a new beginning: Schalke has to think about changing coaches
Sky expert Lothar Matthäus advised Schalke 04 to change coaches after the weakest second half of the club’s history. “The Schalke players just play badly. They haven’t won 16 games in a row. I don’t remember that a coach with such a record was ever allowed to keep his job,” said the 59-year-old after another loss to SC Freiburg .
After Schalke spent the winter in fifth place in the Bundesliga under new coach David Wagner, the Royal Blues ended the season in twelfth place after 16 games without a win. “Schalke has to think about changing coaches. Tacheles should now be spoken,” is a change for Matthäus in view of the new season.
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Demos against Clemens Tönnies: Schalke coach David Wagner speaks out