Tottenham have reportedly expressed interest in Eintracht Frankfurt coach Oliver Glasner.
With his contract set to expire in 2024, Glasner could leave the club after just two years in charge at Deutsche Bank Park, as reported by Sport1.
It's not the first time Glasner attracts interest from England.
"I've had inquiries from the Premier League, but I turned them down," Glasner told Wolfsburger Allgemeine Zeitung in early March.
Eintracht's board member for sport, Markus Krösche, said earlier this year that talks about Glasner's future will take place at the end of the season.
Reports have claimed that the relationship between Glasner and Krösche is strained, but this was recently denied by the Austrian coach.
"We have an excellent cooperation. Markus and I sit together in the office four or five times a week. 80 or 90 percent of our opinions are exactly the same. Sometimes we have different views and then we discuss them. It's always on a super level, always in the interest of the club," Glasner told DAZN after the 2-0 defeat at Union Berlin.
Eintracht's form has been poor of late, with no wins in their last five matches in all competitions.
Oliver Glasner's side were knocked out of the Champions League by Napoli in the round of 16 and are currently sixth in the Bundesliga.