Thomas Tuchel has been reported to walk away from Bayern Munich amid the turmoil at the Bundesliga champions.
A late Jamal Musiala goal secured yet another league crown for the German giants on Saturday, depriving Borussia Dortmund on the final day.
But chaos behind the scenes could encourage Tuchel to walk away, the former Chelsea boss having only signed in March after being linked with the Tottenham manager’s job.
Former Liverpool and Germany midfielder Dietmar Hamann claimed on German TV that the 49-year-old will be tempted to depart having done his job for the final weeks of the season.
He said: “When you treat people like this, you have to ask yourself: Do you want to work for this club?
“I don’t think you can rule out Tuchel leaving soon too. But he’ll leave of his own accord.”
Bayern sacked CEO Oliver Khan and sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic in the hours before their final-day win at, with both men making veiled attacks on the club via social media.
Club legend ex-goalkeeper Khan said he was “forbidden” from joining the team’s Bundesliga celebrations while Salihamidzic stated that “Bayern stands above everything else”.
And Hamann is not the only former player to foresee Tuchel’s exit – which could put him back in the frame at Spurs.
Bayer Leverkusen favourite and pundit Erik Meijer told German TV: “I think he’ll have left the club by Monday.”