Huddersfield manager David Wagner attracting Wolfsburg interest
By SSN HQ
Last Updated: 19/12/16 3:30pm
Wolfsburg are interested in Huddersfield manager David Wagner if they sack current boss Valerien Ismael, Sky sources understand.
Bundesliga side Wolfsburg are currently three points above the relegation places in the German top flight and play their final game before their winter break on Tuesday.
Ex-Crystal Palace defender Ismael was promoted to the club's senior side from Wolfsburg's under-23s last month but has struggled in charge of the first team so far.
Sky Germany understands Wagner, 45, will be the only candidate should Wolfsburg decide to sack Ismael. Wagner has previously managed Borussia Dortmund's second team.
Sky has spoken to Huddersfield who are aware of reports in Germany but have not had any contact from Wolfsburg.
Wagner, who is of German and American heritage, has led Huddersfield into the play-off positions in the Sky Bet Championship ahead of Christmas, with the Terriers having beaten Norwich 2-1 at Carrow Road on Friday.
Huddersfield have won their last three league fixtures and face Nottingham Forest on Boxing day before hosting Blackburn Rovers on New Year's Eve.