4 days already passed since VfB Stuttgart decided to part company with Pellegrino Matarazzo.
Die Roten are currently 17th in the league table, with just one point away from the bottom of the table.
According to German outlet, BILD, it seems like the decision makers in the club are hesitant regarding the next manager decision, which lead to think that the next manager may be a secondary option.
Four experts in the club are looking for the Matarazzo successor, including the sporting director Sven Mislintat and consultants Sami Khedira and Philipp Lahm.
The club reportedly dismissed 4 options until now, Sebastian Hoeneß (40) Domenico Tedesco (37), Thomas Tuchel assistant coach Zsolt Löw (43) and Julian Nagelsmann assistant coach Dino Topmöller (41).
Stuttgart are hosting Bochum on Saturday in game week 10 in the Bundesliga, a match between the 17th and the 18th in the league.
It won’t be a relegation six-pointer, but both are desperately in need of the three points this weekend as they both struggle to extricate themselves from the wrong end of the table.
Michael Wimmer, the Caretaker Manager, will carry the burden of leading the team to the first win this season in the league.
Wimmer was the Assistant Manager of Matarazzo and have no previous experience as a manager in the European major leagues.
the German coach (42) might capitalize on the confliction between the Four experts in the club regarding the next manager’s name and proves his credentials to be considered for the job, with games coming thick and fast as Stuttgart facing Bochum, Arminia Bielefeld, Dortmund and Augsburg in the next 2 weeks.