Ex-Huddersfield boss David Wagner looking for manager’s job in Spain after turning down former club and Wigan

    DAVID WAGNER is  keen on a job in Spain after turning down roles in England.

    The ex-Huddersfield boss was linked with his old club and Wigan, but  fancies Spain now after leaving Young Boys.

    German manager David Wagner fancies managing in Spain after turning down at least two jobs in England


    German manager David Wagner fancies managing in Spain after turning down at least two jobs in EnglandCredit: Getty – Contributor

    The German, 51, has also previously been linked with West Brom.

    He launched his managerial career with Borussia Dortmund reserves.

    And when Huddersfield took a chance on him in 2015 he rewarded them with the most famous season in their modern history two years later.

    The Terriers went up to the Premier League for the first time ever.

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    Huddersfield stayed up the next term but he departed in 2019 when they were bottom of the Prem.

    Next came 16 troubled month with home country club Schalke after being handed a three-year contract,

    Schalke set a new club record of 16 winless matches in the second half of the 2019-20 season.

    Two shocking defeats to take the run to 18 at the start of the following campaign then led to his sacking.

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    Bayern Munich beat Schalke 8-0 and Werder Bremen triumphed 3-1.

    Wagner took over at Young Boys in the summer of 2021.

    He guided them to a 2-1 home victory over Manchester United in a Champions League group game.

    But failure to earn Young Boys a fourth league title in a row cost him his job in March this year and he hasn’t worked since.


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