Marco Rose is set to leave Borussia Monchengladbach and join Borussia Dortmund at the end of the campaign, the club have announced.
There has been considerable speculation surrounding the German’s future at BORUSSIA-PARK in recent weeks, with his departure now having been confirmed by the club’s sporting director Max Eberl on Monday afternoon.
In a statement, he wrote: “We have had many discussions with each other in the past few weeks about Marco’s future.
“Unfortunately, he has now decided that he would like to make use of a clause in his contract, which runs until June 2022, and switch to Borussia Dortmund in the summer.
“If the conditions stipulated in his contract are met on time, he will no longer be available to us after the end of the season.
“Until then we will mobilise all our strengths together with Marco to achieve our goals in the Bundesliga, the DFB Cup and the Champions League.”
Rose, 44, has been in charge at Gladbach since the summer of 2019. In the time since, he has overseen 72 matches and led them into the UEFA Champions League last season.
He will remain with his current employers until the end of the season and can be backed at a price of 23/10 with Paddy Power to earn another spot in the top four come the end of the campaign.