Sport Unclear contractual clause: This is how much a Löw-Aus would cost the DFB

13:35  25 november  2020
13:35  25 november  2020 Source:   90min.de

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On December 4th, the DFB Presidium will decide on the future of national coach Joachim Löw. A premature separation could be very expensive for the association!

Löws Entlassung könnte für den DFB teuer werden | Fran Santiago/Getty Images © Provided by 90min Löw's dismissal could be expensive for the DFB | Fran Santiago / Getty Images

In a press release, the German Football Association announced that Oliver Bierhoff had to answer for the current situation of the national team on December 4th at a DFB executive committee meeting. It is clear that it is about the future of the national coach. "DFB Presidium Adopts Timetable" - this is how the association announced the process in the media.

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severance payment for Löw: DFB would have to pay up to eight million euros.

14 members of the Executive Committee should then decide on Löw. Will the 60-year-old national coach stay or does he have to leave about six months before the upcoming European Championship? If the latter is the case, the DFB would have to dig deep into their pockets. According to picture information, Löw would receive up to eight million euros in severance pay.

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Including bonuses, the national coach probably collects around four million euros a year. His contract is valid until the Winter World Cup in Qatar in 2022. However, it should contain a clause that grants both sides the right to premature termination. According to the picture, it is unclear whether this clause is still legally valid.

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termination clause still valid? Postponed EM causes ambiguity

The problem here is the postponed EM 2020. Löw's contract was signed by ex-President Grindel before the 2018 World Cup. The DFB and Löw agreed a clause according to which it would be possible for both sides to terminate the contract prematurely after the EM 2020. The legal question now arises as to whether this clause has already expired or applies to the actual EM date in summer 2021?

Should the clause remain valid in 2021, DFB Löw would only have to pay around two million. He would get a contractually stipulated severance payment of half a year’s salary. If the clause is no longer valid, Löw would then be entitled to his two outstanding annual salaries of around eight million euros.

In addition, there would be his staff consisting of co-trainer Sorg, goalkeeper trainer Köpke and chief scout Siegenthaler, who would then also leave and therefore have to be compensated. The trio should collectively earn at least one million euros a year, so the picture. In the worst case, the costs for a Löw dismissal amount to at least ten million euros.

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