The Bayern boss hints at a potential move to Germany's national team after winning his second Bundesliga title with the Bavarians.
is set to leaveBayern Munich
at the end of the season, two years before the expiration of his contract. The German coach has been heavily linked with a move to Germany’s national team in recent months. In an interview after his side’s match againstBorussia Monchengladbach
on Saturday, Flick once again hinted at his interest in accepting the Germany job.
"I had a lot of fun back then with Jogi and Andy Köpke,"
Flick said about his 11- years stay at the national team as Joachim Low’s assistant.
"There was enormous appreciation and great loyalty among each other. Those are the values that drive me. Those are the values that I need, and they're there. Without question, I have an absolute deep trust in Oliver Bierhoff."
The 56-year-old is expected to start his job at the national team after this summer’s Euros.
"There's no pressure and I can peacefully go on vacation after May 22nd," Flick told Sky Germany, "Everything else should then unfold as it should."
"To coach a team or an association with which one stands a great chance of winning a title is always worthy of consideration,"