Former Arsenal boss, Arsene Wenger, has offered his services to the Dutch Football Association (KNVB), to replace Ronald Koeman, who is set to be named the new Barcelona manager, the UK Mirror reports.
Wenger currently works as Head of Global Football Development for FIFA.
It is the Frenchman’s first job since leaving the Gunners in May 2018.
However, Wenger has been teasing a return to the dugout ever since and could now be ready to try out international football.
If his offer is accepted, Wenger would be in charge for the Dutch’s Euro 2021 campaign, where they could come up against his native France or even England.
Koeman is almost certain to take over from Quique Setien, who was sacked on Monday, days after a humiliating 8-2 defeat to Bayern Munich in the Champions League.