The Bavarians' supremo has talked up the chances of the 41-year-old possibly occupying his side's hotseat one day, but insists the language barrier must first be dealt with
The former midfielder is set to leave Barcelona at the end of the season to take a one-year sabbatical away from football, but his next destination has been subject to much speculation.
"He would have to learn German first, but if it was not for the language barrier, I would say that Guardiola would be certainly one for us," Hoeness told reporters.
Hoeness then spoke about Bayern's financial position, and claimed the good times will only continue to roll at the Allianz Arena, with the club on course to break their record turnover of €350.2 million (£281.6m) in 2010.
"[We are on track to] crack the €350m (£281m) record. We should then be left over with between €10-20m (£8-16m) net income," continued Hoeness.
"We will have paid off the Allianz Arena by 2020, and then we can pride ourselves as the richest club in the world.
"We have a stadium that is almost half a billion euros (£400m) worth in value, one of the most valuable playing squads around and a packed fixed deposit account."