Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is reportedly the leading candidate for the vacant Bayern Munich job.
This is according to the latest media reports coming out of the European nation of Germany.
Bayern Munich sacked Niko Kovac as their manager at the weekend and they are looking for a replacement for him between now and the end of the upcoming November international break.
Niko Kovac was made the Bayern Munich manager last summer and legendary Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger could replace him in the same role according to German newspaper SportBild.
It was revealed that the Frenchman is the leading candidate for the Bayern Munich managerial job after Ralf Rangnick snubbed the position.
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Ex-TSG Hoffenheim, RB Leipzig and Schalke 04 manager is a director with Red Bull at the moment.
In his first season at the Allianz Arena, Niko Kovac led Bayern Munich to a domestic double as the Bavarian giants won the league and cup last season.
He was in his second season at the German club before the 5-1 thrashing received at the hand of his former club Eintracht Frankfurt in their German Bundesliga clash at the weekend.
Arsene Wenger has not been in the dugout since leaving beloved club.