I want to coach a team in Germany, says Schuster

The former Los Blancos trainer has expressed his desire to take over a Bundesliga outfit in the near future, and took time to criticise the condition of Spanish stadiums
Germany legend Bernd Schuster has revealed that he would like to coach in Germany once again, more than 13 years since leaving Koln in June 1999.

The former Blaugrana midfielder has been linked with a job on the sidelines at Hoffenheim as well as Wolfsburg, and the 52-year-old admitted that he would like to return to the Bundesliga.

"The coaches are already keeping an eye on these clubs and I have stated myself that I want to return to Germany," he was quoted as saying by Bild.

"Reason being, besides the [quality of] football, the great stadiums and their comfort. In Spain, most of the arenas are bad."

Officials from die Wolfe and the Sinsheim outfit, however, remain tight-lipped over a possible move for Schuster.

Hoffenheim sporting director Andreas Muller and Klaus Allofs from Wolfsburg refused to comment on the matter, but did not rule out that such a possibility exists.

Schuster's last coaching job saw him take charge of Turkish club Besiktas, where he spent the 2010-11 campaign before resigning in March 2011 following bad results.