Things are getting tight for Adi Hütter at Borussia Mönchengladbach. Worries about relegation are growing. The foals are only three points away from a relegation place – i.e. 16th place. In any case, the alarm bells are already ringing. As the German “Bild” reports, the club officials in twelfth place already have an emergency plan if they lose the six-point games against Arminia Bielefeld (February 5) and FC Augsburg.
If the Vorarlberger does not win, Niko Kovac would be available as a successor. He led Bayern to the double in the 2018/19 season. He also won the cup with Eintracht Frankfurt. In November 2019, Kovac joined AS Monaco after his sacking. The ex-Bayern coach was employed by the Monegasques until the winter break. Kovac is said to be very popular at Borussia Mönchengladbach. However, the Croatian is also in demand at other clubs. Hertha BSC signaled interest in a commitment. There should also be offers from abroad. Hertha would only sign Kovac for the new season.