The 2020/21 season has just wrapped up. While the players are getting ready for the international fixtures this month and the teams are preparing for the new season. A number of clubs in major European leagues, especially in Italian Serie A, plus El Ches Valencia and Germany national team, Die Mannschaft, have officially named their new manager or head coach for next season.


In Serie A, apart from Roma who already made an early start of preparation by announcing Jose Mourinho to replace Paulo Fonseca, there are six clubs have appointed and in progress of selecting new commanders. The current champions Inter Milan has failed to come to an agreement with Antonio Conte regarding the policy of revamping the squad. The former Chelsea boss has left the post and they are on the verge of signing Simone Inzaghi who decides not to extend his contract with Lazio. In replacement of Inzaghi's departure, Biancoceleste are weighing their option for appointing the former Napoli and Juventus boss, Maurizio Sarri. In the meantime, The Old Lady's failure under the rookie Andrea Pirlo has pushed them to rehire Max Allegri, who was at the helm of the Turin side from 2014 to 2019. Meanwhile, their contender for UCL ticket last season, Napoli, also opts for a new head coach instead of keeping Gennaro Gatusso after missing out the Champions League spot. Il Partenopei has named Luciano Spalletti to take charge of Lorenzo Insigne and Co in 2021/22 season, whereas Gatusso is replacing Guiseppe Iachini to take the post in Fiorentina. Last but not least, Torino decides to take the former Verona boss, Ivan Juric, to guide them for a better campaign next season.


In La Liga, Valencia is the only team who has appointed their new boss. The former Getafe manager, Jose Bordalas, is El Che's first option to take over the post. He has agreed to lead Jose Gaya and Co for two years. Meanwhile, the two giants, Barcelona and Real Madrid, are still considering their options for their new boss.


Lastly, from German soil, Die Mannschaft officially announced Joachim Low's successor, Hans Flick, as expected. The former Low's assistant and current Bayern boss has signed the three-year contract till 2024 when Germany becomes the host of EURO in the same year. Furthermore, a number of Bundesliga teams have made a switch in the managerial posts. The latest one, Wolfsburg is on the edge of appointing the former PSV boss and Netherlands international, Mark Van Bommel to replace the Austrian boss Oliver Glasner who left the post for Eintracht Frankfurt despite being able to guide Die Wolfe to qualify to the Champions League next season.