Kevin-Prince Boateng has been mentioned as a potential replacement for Fredi Bobic, as the sporting director for Hertha Berlin
Boateng, 35, joined his childhood club and is about to retire from his career.
The retired Ghanaian international is viewed as a contender to succeed Fredi Bobic, who is set to succeed Oliver Bierhoff, a former teammate and fellow 1996 European Championship winner.
Since the summer of 2021, Bobic has been in control of Hertha Berlin and has started making changes.
Due to his outstanding performance at the club, he is now in high demand abroad.
In the event that Bobic really leaves, Hertha Berlin officials would control his successor internally to prevent boardroom conflict.
As fans have long been anticipating a Bobic departure, Kevin-Prince Boateng, who will stop playing until the summer, might assume duty as sporting director right now.
The German Football Association (DFB) has asked the Berlin manager to fill Oliver Bierhoff’s empty job, which has now become available.
After 18 years in a variety of positions, he had departed the DFB following another World Cup fiasco.
Lothar Matthäus and Matthias Sammer, two further former German national team players, have also been sporadically linked to the role.