About Red Bull Salzburg to transfer millions: SN columnist Hütter breaks transfer record

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Adi Hütter has become one of the best coaches in the German Bundesliga. For the record transfer fee in Germany of 7.5 million euros, he switched from Eintracht Frankfurt to Borussia Mönchengladbach in the summer. And the former Red Bull Salzburg coach will be a columnist for the “Salzburger Nachrichten” during the European Championship.

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As a coach, Adi Hütter won championship titles with Red Bull Salzburg and Bern. The 51-year-old also prevailed in the German Bundesliga.

Adi Hütter’s career path as a coach is paved with great successes. The former master maker from Salzburg and Bern has also prevailed in one of Europe’s top leagues. Anyone who establishes themselves in the German Bundesliga, in the country of the four-time world champions, and rises to become one of the best coaches, is right at the top of the career ladder. After sensational successes with Frankfurter Eintracht, with which he will probably reach the Champions League, the 51-year-old is facing a new challenge. Hütter will …

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Accessed on April 14, 2021 at 12:11 pm on https://www.sn.at/sport/fussball/international/ueber-red-bull-salzburg-zum-millionentransfer-sn-kolumnist-huetter-bricht-abloeserekord-102387982

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