As part of his premature separation from Borussia Mönchengladbach, Adi Hütter apparently does without a compensation payment.
According to “Borussia Mönchengladbach1”, both sides have agreed to dissolve the contract, which was originally dated by 2024. In the future, Gladbach saves Hütter’s annual salary of allegedly four million euros.
“I don’t say anything to the contract. But it is correct that Adi Hütter has accommodated us in the conversations. Man and personality are Adi Hütter. Great respect for it,” Borussia Mönchengladbachs director Roland Virkus told the TV station on Sunday.
Trainer search in Gladbach in full swing
Hütter had confirmed his farewell on Saturday after the 5-1 victory against 1899 Hoffenheim on the 34th Bundesliga match day and reported “intensive, good, respectful conversations” with the Gladbach leadership.
The search for successors in the Borussia, which is even at risk of relegation in the meantime.
“It would be negligent if you haven’t already worried. A trainer scouting always has to take place, regardless of the situation. We were in a precarious situation, you will always worry. But I will not discuss names here”, said Virkus.
Favre, Kovac and Co. traded in Gladbach
Max Eberl’s successor emphasized: “Borussia is a team that plays football. Not only the ball possession, but the attribute attractiveness is added. Everything is thrown into the balance. Based on this, we want to find a good coach.”
There are no fixed deadline in the coaching question. “We will now watch who the right coach for Borussia Mönchengladbach is. I can’t say whether tomorrow or the day after tomorrow. It can only be in two weeks,” said Virkus.
The names Lucien Favre, Daniel Farke and Niko Kovac are traded in Gladbach.