Former Leeds United manager Uwe Rosler has been linked with Bundesliga 2 side Nunberg by the German media. Rosler has been without a job since he was sacked by Leeds United last October.

Zeit have reported Nunberg are still looking for a replacement for the departed René Weiler, and the former Leeds United man is an option open to the German side.

Nunberg sporting director Andreas Bornemann has been instructed to find a new coach before pre-season starts, with claims he’s already held talks with the ex-Manchester City forward.

Rosler played for Nunberg for two seasons in the early nineties, and is favourite to land the role along with Holger Stanislawski and Alois Schwartz.

Rosler was installed as the Leeds United manager last summer, but only lasted a few months in the job. Under the 47-year-old Leeds United won just two games, and he was eventually replaced by Steve Evans.