Hertha BSC | Interest in BVB-Chefscout Markus Pilawa: Fredi Bobic grabs the most important Zorc

Fredi Bobic wants to drive the personnel upheaval at Hertha BSC and has taken the BVB-Chefscout Markus Pilawa.

According to information from “Sky”, Hertha Managing Director Fredi Bobic Plant the commitment to Markus Pilawa, who has been working for Borussia Dortmund for Borussia. The 44-year-old should help to lead the “old lady” in a successful future.

According to the report, Pilawa should not be awarded a change and use the change that is finally completed at BVB in the coming summer to leave the club itself. His promoter Markus Pilawas director Michael Zorc is replaced by Sebastian Kehl and thus Pilawa can also imagine a departure.

Hertha: Pilawa beckons ascension

At Hertha, Markus Pilawa director lists Arne Friedrich and the gap that leaves the 42-year-old could fill the BVB chiefscout. On Pilawa, in Berlin, a larger task would be in a position with more responsibility. He has had several top transfers for the BVB in recent years and could certainly help the Berliners with his network. Already in October it should have given the first discussions between Bobic and the most important employee of ZORC. The two should have talked on the edge of a game of U19 by Hertha BSC.

Pilawa would not be the first scout of Borussia Dortmund, which would take over a significant role in other clubs. His predecessor Sven Mislinat left the BVB at the end of 2017 and joined the FC Arsenal as head of the Scouting Department before he took over the office of Markus Pilawas director at VFB Stuttgart in 2019.

Now Pilawa could lie down a similar career. However, the two clubs would have to agree on the two clubs, it should come to concrete negotiations. The contract of the 44-year-old runs until 2023.