Bayern Munich are set to attempt to tempt Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino to join them in the summer.
According to Mundo Deportivo, via Sport Witness, Bayern are looking to persuade Pochettino to ditch Tottenham and make the move to the Bundesliga at the end of the season.
The report claims that Bayern are offering him the chance to win major trophies, something the Spurs boss has yet to do in his career.
Pochettino failed to win a trophy with Espanyol and Southampton, and is yet to pick up any silverware in charge of Tottenham.
Despite his barren record, Bayern are still keen to make him their new manager as they look to potentially replace Niko Kovac.
Mundo Deportivo claim that Bayern are willing to let Kovac go if they are able to land Pochettino.
Real Madrid and Manchester United are both said to have held prior interest in Pochettino before they appointed different managers.
Alternative managers Bayern could target
The Italian did a good job at Chelsea and could be ready to get back into the game.
His spell at Manchester United ended badly, but that may spur him on to be even more successful at his next club.
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The Portuguese boss has done an incredible job with Wolves in the Premier League and could be ready to make the step up.
After all this time at Atletico Madrid, Bayern could offer Simeone a chance to experience a different league.