Adi Hutter will take over from Niko Kovac when the Croatian leaves Eintracht Frankfurt for Bayern Munich next season.
Austrian coach Hutter has signed from Young Boys, who he led to the Swiss Super League title this term, on a contract until 2021.
The 48-year-old, a double winner with Red Bull Salzburg three years ago, will be joined by assistant Christian Peintinger when he replaces Kovac in Frankfurt.
“I had three wonderful years at Young Boys and was extremely happy there. I’ll always remember my time there, especially our title triumph and the incredible emotions and celebrations that followed,” said Hutter in a statement.
“Joining Eintracht Frankfurt is a dream come true for me. I never appeared in the Bundesliga during my playing days, even though I once had an offer.
“I’ve turned down one or two coaching offers from the Bundesliga in the past, so I’m all the more excited to be able to work in the league of the world champions.”
Austrian coach Adi Hütter will take charge of Eintracht from next season. The 48-year-old, who is currently in charge of @BSC_YB, has signed a contract until the summer of 2021. Welcome, Adi! #SGE pic.twitter.com/Dz4mXYjqmE
— Eintracht Frankfurt (@eintracht_eng) May 16, 2018
Hamburg opted against appointing a new coach after being relegated from the Bundesliga for the first time in their history and have instead handed Christian Titz, who took over in March, a new two-year contract.
“I feel at home in Hamburg and at HSV and have always said I could see myself here longer than the season that has just passed,” said Titz.
“We all know that big challenges await us in the 2.Bundesliga. We now need to give that our full focus.”
Club chairman Frank Wettstein: “Christian Titz has proven in recent weeks and months, through his substantial work, that he is the right man for our new sporting realignment.“ #nurderHSV pic.twitter.com/ul2KoVVJng
— HSV English (@HSV_English) May 16, 2018
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