RB Leipzig boss Julian Nagelsmann has told MDR Jump – as quoted by Bild – that he fancies a move to the Premier League in the future.
Nagelsmann has emerged as arguably the most exciting young coach in football having emerged with Hoffenheim.
The 32-year-old remarkably started his managerial career in February 2016, taking the Hoffenheim job as he became a household name.
After a 40% win rate in his first job, Nagelsmann moved onto RB Leipzig last summer, and has lost just six of his 45 games in charge.
Nagelsmann is on a path to becoming arguably the finest coach in the world, as he’s already shown his quality before even reaching the age of 33.
The German is bound to receive major interest in the future though, and he has already been linked with a shock move to Newcastle United.
Guillem Balague claimed in May that Newcastle’s potential new owners are eyeing Nagelsmann for the St James’ Park job if they can finally pull off a takeover.
Now, Nagelsmann has stated that he is interested in becoming Germany boss and heading to the Premier League, but only for a ‘top offer’.
“If I had a top offer, I would also switch to the Premier League,” said Nagelsmann, which surely pricked up some ears in the Saudi-led consortium bidding for Newcastle.