Jesse Marsch has made it clear that his RB Leipzig contract doesn't include a release clause.
|Jesse Marsch.||Photo: GEPA Pictures/Kerstin Doelitzsch|
New RB Leipzig coach Jesse Marsch has confirmed that there is no release clause in his contract, which runs through 2023.
"No. I didn't want that," Marsch emphasized in an interview with Sport Bild and added:
"Something like that always comes out, and then it causes unrest. Because it would be a signal to everyone: He wants to leave.
"I have a two-year contract. That's a good period for me. If things go well, we can move forward together. My goal is to stay at RB for a long time."
Marsch has joined Leipzig from RB Salzburg as a replacement for Julian Nagelsmann, who has taken the reins at Bayern München.
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