Torsten Fink may become the newly minted head coach of Spartak Moscow. Anton Fetisov, director of the club’s public relations department, responded to this information.
“You can guess ad infinitum,” Anton Fetisov reported without specifying.
Journalist Gianluigi Longari previously reported that Torsten Fink could become the new head coach of Spartak. This will happen after the departure of Domenico Tedesco.
Thorsten Fink played for Borussia Dortmund, Karlsruhe and Bayern Munich. During his tenure as a player, he won four German championships, three German Cups, the Champions League and the Intercontinental Cup.
After retirement, he took up a coaching career. Thorsten Fink worked at Ingolstadt, Basel, Hamburg, APOEL, Austria, Grasshoper and Vissel Kobe. In Switzerland, he won two championships and one local Cup, and in Japan – the Emperor’s Cup.