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Liverpool and Spain legend Xabi Alonso set to take over as Borussia Monchengladbach supervisor at finish of season


Borussia Monchengladbach are set handy their managerial reins to Liverpool legend Xabi Alonso on the finish of the season.

In accordance with Sport Bild, the previous Reds, Actual Madrid and Bayern Munich midfielder has been lined up because the successor to Borussia Dortmund-bound Marco Rose.

Xabi Alonso has been in charge of Real Sociedad’s second team in the Spanish third tier for the last two years

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Xabi Alonso has been in command of Actual Sociedad’s second group within the Spanish third tier for the final two years

Alonso returned to Actual to guide their Beneath-14 facet earlier than taking cost of Segunda Division B outfit Actual Sociedad B in 2019.

He has steered them to first place within the Spanish third tier after 19 matches however his contract is because of expire this summer season and he’s eager to maneuver to a top-flight membership.

It’s understood Alonso has knowledgeable the membership of his ambitions to maneuver on and handle in one among Europe’s high leagues.

Gladbach secured Champions League soccer after ending fourth within the Bundesliga final season however the membership have had a disappointing season this time round and are languishing down in 10th place.

14. Xabi Alonso (wore Liverpool's no.14 between 2004-2009)

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Alonso is a legend at Liverpool and was among the finest midfielders of his technology

Alonso is aware of the Bundesliga very properly from three yr spell at Bayern Munich from 2014 and speaks fluent German.

Alonso, who received the World Cup in 2010 with Spain, retired on the finish of the 2016/17 season and instantly launched into reaching his teaching badges.

The 39-year-old accomplished his UEFA Professional License in 2019 with a number of different excessive profile names, together with Raul, Xavi Hernandez, Victor Valdes, and Joan Capdevilla.





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