Entertainment Bundesliga Austria: Jesse Marsch: No exit clause in the Salzburg Treaty

22:27  16 april  2021
22:27  16 april  2021 Source:   spox.com

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Without the consent of the association, Jesse Marsch Red Bull Salzburg will not be able to leave. As the 47-year-old confirmed, he has no exit clause.

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Exit clauses were recently a determining topic in the coach business. First, Gladbach coach Marco Rose claimed his clause to go to BVB in the summer, then Eintracht coach Adi Hütter moved to relinquish with the end of the season for 7.5 million euros to Gladbach.

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No exit clause has Salzburg-Coach Jesse March, which was finally associated with Bayer Leverkusen. The confirmed march now itself - his working paper runs until summer 2022, so a transfer fee would have to be negotiated at any disposal.

"It's madness to superior how expensive Adi Hütter is - but he is a great coach," says March - Hütter is now the most expensive coach of the Bundesliga. "Maybe that's the way for the future - I do not know," says march clausels, but also says, "I said last week that it is not my goal to go away here."

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