Bayern Munich manager Thomas Tuchel is still interested in the Manchester United job, should it become available in the summer.

That’s according to SportBILD, who say a move to Old Trafford ‘should continue to appeal’ to Tuchel as he finds himself under pressure at the Allianz Arena.

The newspaper explains how Tuchel recently admitted he felt more loved during his time in England than at Germany, admitting his compatriots are harsher than the critics he found in the Premier League.

Those statements ‘leave room for speculation’ and suggestions that Tuchel wants a return to England after his spell in charge at Chelsea.

There is one job in particular that ‘should continue to appeal’ to the German boss and that is the Manchester United job.

SportBILD explain that Tuchel would be keen on taking charge at Manchester United if Erik ten Hag was sacked in the summer as he would be able to ‘return to his beloved long-term duel’ with Pep Guardiola.

There is also a chance that rumours about a move to Manchester United will only gain momentum if Bayern’s performance under him continue to leave ‘something to be desired’.

If he were to become the first Bayern coach in 12 years not to win a title, a big question would be raised about his future at the club and leave sports director Max Eberl with a decision to make.

It’s a situation to keep an eye on, with questions still remaining over Ten Hag’s future at Manchester United and Tuchel apparently keen should he be removed.