Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner has admitted that he is dreaming of a move to the German Bundesliga.
It would be fair to state that David Wagner was not a well known name when he arrived at Huddersfield Town as manager in November 2015 and the decision by the club to appoint such an unknown quantity was certainly seen as a very risky one, especially given the club’s relegation troubles.
Fast forward to today though, Wagner is simply adored by the Huddersfield faithful and the German is on the cusp of guiding the Yorkshire based outfit into the Premier League this season against all odds – a remarkable achievement considering their troubles last season.
Wagner dreaming of Bundesliga move
With Wagner conducting such as marvelous job at the John Smith’s Stadium, a number of top clubs are said to be eyeing a potential swoop for the 45-year-old and it seems just a matter of time before he manages in some of the best divisions in Europe.
Huddersfield fans will surely not want to lose the services of their popular manager anytime soon but Wagner has handed them a real cause for concern by admitting that he would love the opportunity to manage in the German Bundesliga in the foreseeable future.
He was quoted saying to German publication Kicker, “I am a child of the Bundesliga, that is a goal and a dream, but the Premier League is also cool. There was something, we had talks (with Wolfsburg). But we didn’t negotiate.”