The former Los Blancos trainer has expressed his desire to take over a Bundesliga outfit in the near future, and took time to criticise the condition of Spanish stadiums
The former Blaugrana midfielder has been linked with a job on the sidelines at Hoffenheim as well as Wolfsburg, and the 52-year-old admitted that he would like to return to the Bundesliga.
"The coaches are already keeping an eye on these clubs and I have stated myself that I want to return to Germany," he was quoted as saying by Bild.
"Reason being, besides the [quality of] football, the great stadiums and their comfort. In Spain, most of the arenas are bad."
Officials from die Wolfe and the Sinsheim outfit, however, remain tight-lipped over a possible move for Schuster.
Hoffenheim sporting director Andreas Muller and Klaus Allofs from Wolfsburg refused to comment on the matter, but did not rule out that such a possibility exists.
Schuster's last coaching job saw him take charge of Turkish club Besiktas, where he spent the 2010-11 campaign before resigning in March 2011 following bad results.