Arsene Wenger has reportedly been offered a position at Bayern Munich, reports say.
The German giants are keen to bring Wenger to the club amid uncertainty surrounding Niko Kovac’s position as head coach.
Wenger turned down the managerial post at Fulham this week after deciding he wanted to wait to see if Bayern would make him an offer.
French publication Paris United claim Bayern have made a bid to sign Wenger.
The Frenchman is keen to resolve his future as soon as possible as he targets a return to football before the end of January.
Bayern have won just two of their last six matches, most recently losing to arch rivals Borussia Dortmund 3-2 despite taking the lead twice.
That result saw Dortmund extend their lead at the top of the Bundesliga and move seven points clear of the Bavarians.
Bayern are fifth in the table and calls are increasing from fans for Kovac to be sacked.
Wenger is ready to come out of a short hiatus, after taking time away from football when he stepped down at Arsenal in May.
Germany is an appealing option for Wenger, as he has no interest in managing in the Premier League after taking charge at Arsenal for over 20 years.
Real Madrid too have approached Wenger, while Paris Saint-Germain are being tipped to make a move for the 69-year-old in the coming weeks.
Wenger is open to a coaching or board role, and is not ruling out taking charge of an international side.