Tuesday brought the news that Joachim Low will leave the Germany national team job following the Euro 2020 tournament this summer and the search is now on for his successor.
Following Tuesday’s announcement, we ran a survey on MARCA In English asking readers to select who the most likely replacements are.
Four options – Jurgen Klopp, Hansi Flick, Ralf Rangnick and Lotthar Matthaus – were put to readers, as well as the option for the job to go to somebody else.
After 24 hours, the candidate with the most votes in the poll was Rangnick with 31 percent, closely followed by current Bayern Munich boss Flick.
Klopp collected 19 percent of the votes, although he has already publicly ruled himself out for now.
Matthaus then took 10 percent, which was even less than 12 percent allocated for potential other candidates.
What is clear is that there is no clear frontrunner at this time and the German federation have their work cut out as they try to fill a dugout that has been occupied since 2006.
The poll is still open below, so you can still have your say if you haven’t already.