Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner has admitted that a move to the Bundesliga is a ‘dream’ of his.
The tactician spoke to Sky Deutschland and, as quoted by German news outlet Kicker, admitted that although he’d certainly be open to a move away back to his homeland, he’s currently focussed on the task at hand with Huddersfield.
I am a child of the Bundesliga, that is a goal and a dream, but the Premier League is also cool.
Since his arrival in the Championship, Wagner has made a big impression on English football. He’s developed an attractive playing style at Huddersfield and has brought a certain charisma to the club.
There were previous reports suggesting that a deal to bring Wagner back to Germany and into the Wolfsburg job was in the works months ago, but those reports were proven to be premature and the 45-year-old stayed put with the Terriers.
There was something, we had talks. But we didn’t negotiate.
Wagner also admitted that managing in the Premier League one day would be ‘cool’ and with Huddersfield sat in third place on the Championship table, a job in the top flight of English football may not be out of the realms of possibility in the near future.