Jurgen Klinsmann won't rule out a move to the Premiership. The Sun says Klinsmann's clandestine meetings with George Gillett and Tom Hicks caused chaos in their relationship with Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez a couple of years ago.
And asked if managing a Premier League club still appeals, Klinsmann said: "You never rule anything out.
"Once you've experienced the emotions that football can give you, you want to continue having them. I never thought I would manage Germany in the World Cup and then become Bayern Munich manager last year."
Curiously, the ex-Tottenham striker is in England this week - and was shocked by Liverpool's loss at home to Lyon on Tuesday in the Champions League.
But he said: "I think a tie in Lyon and if you beat Fiorentina at home that will probably put you through.
"So nothing's lost yet. It's a difficult moment for Rafa. Maybe the game on Sunday is the right one to beat Manchester United at home to turn the situation around."