Bayern Munich president, Uli Hoeness has revealed that current manager, Jupp Heynckes could continue his job past this season.
Heynckes replaced Ancelotti at Bayern for his fourth stint at the club, and was handed an interim contract that expires at the end of the season.
The 72-year-old is expected to be replaced at the end of the season, with Tuchel, Nagelsmann and Klopp seen as possible replacements.
“I think that is possible, yes,” the president said when asked if the manager might stay on after the club’s annual general meetings on Friday.
“The night of Paris [3-0 Champions League loss to Paris Saint-Germain] made the club wake up,” Hoeness said. “In this night, we set the course for what we have seen in the past six weeks.
“Since then we had nine games and won all of them. With Jupp Heynckes the mood changed completely. All of us only hover now. There is a new spirit.”