Bundesliga side RB Leipzig and Sporting Director Markus Krösche have announced a mutual agreement to part ways at the end of the 2020/21 season.
RB Leipzig Release
After intensive discussions regarding the club’s future, RB Leipzig and sporting director Markus Krösche have mutually come to the decision to end their collaboration and terminate Krösche’s contract by mutual agreement at the end of the 2020/21 season. The contract originally ran until 2022.
RB Leipzig expressly thank Markus Krösche for the successful time together and wish him all the best for the future.
The conditions and other details of the termination will not be disclosed.
Oliver Mintzlaff, CEO, RB Leipzig:
“The discussions with Markus Krösche were very good and open at all times. After two years of constructive teamwork, we have now mutually reached the conclusion that terminating the contract is the right solution for both parties. Of course, we are prepared for this situation and will also tackle the goal of Champions League qualification with a strong team in the upcoming season.
We would like to thank Markus for what he has achieved during his time at RB Leipzig and wish him only the best for the future. His duties will be taken over by Christopher Vivell and Florian Scholz until the end of the season.”
Markus Krösche, Sporting director, RB Leipzig:
“I wish the club and the team all the best and thank everyone for the successful time together.”