Thomas Tuchel smiles after the German Cup (DFB Pokal) final football match Eintracht Frankfurt v BVB Borussia Dortmund.
Speculation that Thomas Tuchel would become the next Bayern Munich head coach following the sacking of Carlo Ancelotti ended when Jupp Heynckes was appointed for a third spell at the club.
Club CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has not ruled out an approach for Tuchel next summer, as outlined by ESPN, but for the time being the 44-year-old remains available after leaving Borussia Dortmund in May.
Bayern Munich's new head coach Jupp Heynckes reacts to the applause of spectators as he arrives for a training session.
According to Sky Sports the German is open to taking charge at a Premier League club, but wants to remain managing in the Champions League club after rejecting Southampton and West Ham United interest (Mirror) already.
So here are three potential options in England's top tier.
In August the Express reported the Blues were ready to sack Antonio Conte and appoint Tuchel and while that talk has died down, the Sun says that Conte is still likely to leave Stamford Bridge next summer and return to Italy.
Everton manager Ronald Koeman looks on before the UEFA Europa League Group stage match against Apollon Limassol.
Admittedly not a Champions League club currently and unlikely to be one in 2017/18 after a dismal start under boss Ronald Koeman - who is the 1/3 favourite with Skybet to be next from the English top flight to be sacked - with hefty financial backing and plenty of potential, perhaps the Toffees could tempt the former Dortmund man?
Ex-Arsenal striker Ian Wright wrote in the Sun that Jurgen Klopp was under pressure at Anfield after an indifferent start this term and while sacking the 50-year-old seems unlikely currently, with Tuchel waiting in the wings the Reds could be tempted by a change if their form doesn't.