Germany coach Joachim Löw says he is open to the prospect of moving into club management with Real Madrid.
The Spanish giants have endured a difficult season thus far, placed fifth on the log and eight points behind leaders Barcelona.
“I was a club manager for several years and I am still not thinking about retirement,” Löw told German television network ZDF .
“It’s also clear that the majority of my time as national team coach has already passed, so the moment will arrive when I have to think about what to do after. For me, I am still interested in coaching a club.”
“I think it would be abroad, not in Germany. Real Madrid are an interesting club for any manager,” he added.
After the failure at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, Löw remains in charge of Germany, where he has a contract until 2020, but there are suggestions that he might leave at any moment if he earns a call from Florentino Pérez should Santiago Solari be sacked.