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Report: Juventus eyeing Bayern Munich manager Hansi Flick

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Could the Italian giant be ready to make an offer for Bayern Munich’s Hansi Flick?

VfL Wolfsburg v FC Bayern Muenchen - Bundesliga Photo by Stefan Matzke - sampics/Corbis via Getty Images

Per a report from Sport Bild, Juventus has already “expressed interest” in Bayern Munich manager Hansi Flick.

With Andrea Pirlo not exactly making his mark as the squad’s manager, the former European Super League club is reportedly eager to bring in Flick to take over the team. Flick, though, allegedly also has a few Premier League suitors as well:

According to information from SPORT BILD, Juventus Turin is said to have already expressed interest in Bayern’s triple coach. Italy legend Andrea Pirlo (41) is currently coaching the Ronaldo Club, which is currently only fourth in Serie A. After the big investments, they finally want international titles in Turin - Flick would be a candidate for this project! But clubs in the Premier League should also be very interested in Flick.

No matter where Flick’s path ultimately leads - he can relax and wait for developments. With an estimated annual salary of eight million euros, it is possible to bridge a year without the release of Bayern.

It has been widely-assumed that Flick is strictly focused on taking over for Joachim Löw at Germany, so this report seems to have come out of nowhere.