Outgoing Bayern Munich boss Jupp Heynckes has revealed that he has received "job offers from abroad", as he considers continuing his career outside Germany.
The 68-year-old coach is on the verge of leading the Bavarians to an historic treble but Pep Guardiola will replace him at the Allianz Arena helm this summer regardless of results.
Heynckes has previously hinted that he might walk away from football at the end of the season, though he has now confirmed that he is open to other options.
"Of course I have job offers from abroad," the former Real Madrid boss told Kicker. "And after having experienced two highly successful seasons with Bayern, there are no alternatives left in the Bundesliga.
"But right now I'm only focused on Bayern."
The Bavarians, who wrapped up the Bundesliga title with six rounds to spare, meet Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League final on May 25 before taking on Stuttgart in the DFB-Pokal decider on June 1.