The German national team is set to get a new coach in the coming weeks.
With Peter Bosniewski’s appointment in jeopardy following the resignation of Rudi Voller, German coach Peter Klinsmann is set for the start of a new era with the appointment of former Germany international Peter Boszniewski as the country’s new head coach.
Bosz is a former Germany assistant and the last of the three current coaches to be the head coach of the national team, along with the late Klaus Allofs.
His contract with the German national side expires in 2019 and his next stop is expected to be in South America with the next edition of the Copa America in 2018.
Borussia Dortmund’s Thomas Tuchel, meanwhile, is set at Borussia Mönchengladbach, and Borussia Dortmund is expected, along the way, to hire a replacement.
Borussa will be the second former head coach in three seasons to be hired in the past year.
He replaces Thomas Tuchen who left in the summer of 2016, and was replaced by Markus Weinzierl.
Borussia Tuchel was hired by the German Bundesliga side FC Schalke in March, and will have the opportunity to become the first head coach to be on the job at the top level in German football history.
The job of replacing Bosz comes at a time when Borussia has struggled for results in 2017.
The club lost nine of its first 11 matches in all competitions in 2017, including a 4-1 defeat to Bayer Leverkusen in the Bundesliga.
The loss was particularly damaging to Borussia’s hopes of qualifying for the Champions League group stage, which is the most prestigious club competition in Europe.
Borosz will take over the reins at the German side after the appointment on Saturday of former Borussia striker Jens Weidenfeller, who had been the club’s first choice to replace Borussa.