Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy reportedly wants to make a last-ditch effort to try and convince Hansi Flick to make the move to London.
The Daily Telegraph filed the report that was captured by TEAMtalk, which stated Levy wants to speak with Flick. The 56-year-old sextuple-winning manager, however, could be a tough “get.” Flick is widely-assumed to be Germany’s successor to Joachim Löw, when the 2014 World Cup winner resigns from the DFB after the European Championships this summer:
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is understood to be interested in speaking with Bayern Munich coach Hansi Flick, claims a report.
Flick, 56, has informed Bayern that he is leaving the club in the summer and he was expected to take over from Joachim Low as Germany coach after the Euros. That has still to be confirmed though with Flick evasive as ever over the weekend after Bayern’s draw with Freiburg. The former Bayern and Germany assistant coach has still to make a definitive decision on his future and that has left a window for a number of clubs to show an interest in him.
Both Barcelona and Juventus are reportedly interested in Flick, who has guided Bayern to back-to-back Bundesliga titles in his 18 months in charge. And now the Daily Telegraph claim Flick is “a figure of interest for Levy.”
Sam Wallace goes on to state that “Flick is a possibility although he seems destined to manage Germany.”
Whether its Tottenham Hotspur, FC Barcelona, or Juventus, it might not matter much. Barring what would be considered a major change of heart, Flick appears destined for the DFB.