Earlier this month, Hansi Flick announced that he will leave his role as Bayern’s manager at the end of the season as he negotiated to terminate his contract with the Bavarians two years early.
Before becoming Bayern's boss in 2019, the 56-year-old has spells as an assistant coach in RB Salzburg, Germany, and Bayern Munich. However, Flick went on to have a glorious debut season by completing the club's second continental treble.
Although the German has been tipped to replace Joachim Low as the Germany international’s head coach,ESPN
has reported that the Blaugrana could make a move for the 56-year-old as Ronald Koeman’s position at the Camp Nou is likely to come under increasing pressure this summer.
Currently third in the La Liga table, Koeman had a lot of ups and downs with the club as an early Champions League exit put his position in danger.