According to the Sun, Juventus want to appoint Bayern Munich boss, Hansi Flick, as their new manager, but could face competition from both Spurs and Arsenal.
Flick has told the powers that be in Munich that he wishes to leave Bayern at the end of the season. It’s a decision which hasn’t gone down well in Germany, but has alerted some of the top clubs in Europe.
The Sun claim that Juventus see Flick as their ideal manager. It comes as Andrea Pirlo continues to struggle to get things right for the Serie A club, with pressure mounting on the Italian.
However, the report also mentions that Spurs may move for Flick as their replacement for Jose Mourinho. Further, it is also claimed that Arsenal may also consider Flick, should they part ways with Mikel Arteta.
Flick, who is 56, led Bayern to the Champions League last year. He’s also dominated domestically with the German giants, enhancing his reputation further.
TBR View: Flick surely unlikely for Spurs at this stage?
Of all the names being mentioned, surely Flick is one who isn’t going to take the Spurs job? You’d assume he wants to go somewhere where there’s a guarantee he’ll be in the mix for trophies.
Of course, from a Spurs point of view, Flick would be a superb appointment. A winner, with experience of the biggest and best players.
But for now, Flick is probably one of the least likely of all the names mentioned to make the move to North London.