Jesse Marsch has said he is looking forward to taking the "next step" at Bundesliga club RB Leipzig, with the former New York Red Bulls coach saying his eventual ambition is to return to the United States as national team coach.
Marsch, 44, left his role at ed Bulls last week to become assistant to new head coach Ralf Rangnick at Leipzig.
The former U.S. international had been touted as a potential head coach, but on Tuesday told reporters he was delighted to be part of Rangnick's staff.
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RB Leipzig's sporting director Ralf Rangnick is taking over as coach again while the club wait for Hoffenheim's Julian Nagelsmann to join in 2019.
American Jesse Marsch, who left his post with the New York Red Bulls on Friday and had been linked to the head coaching job, will instead serve as an assistant alongside Leipzig's under-19 coach Robert Klauss.
"It came down to carrying responsibility. I know the league, the team and I speak the language," Rangnick said. "That isn't the case yet for...