Bundesliga side Eintracht Frankfurt have reportedly set their sights on appointing Huddersfield Town boss David Wagner as their next manager.
The German club are willing to match the coach's £2.5m-a-year salary to lure him back to his homeland, according to The Sun.
Frankfurt are expected to be in need of a new manager as current head coach Niko Kovac has been tipped to take over at Bayern Munich next season.
Huddersfield chairman Dean Hoyle has previously spoken of his determination to keep Wagner at the club after he guided them to Premier League safety this season.
Frankfurt are said to view Wagner as the man to guide them into the top four of the Bundesliga.