Bayern Munich are working on a new deal for interim coach Hansi Flick and a number of key players, including Thomas Muller.
Flick was drafted in to replace Niko Kovac in November and given the Bundesliga club’s reigns until the end of the season.
Flick has had more than a steadying effect on the German champions and Bayern are back on top of the Bundesliga, and club president Uli Hoeness says a contract offer will be forthcoming for Flick.
Hoeness told Sport1: “I can’t say anything about that; the executive board decides that for us.
“I think Hansi Flick has done a super job thus far. At some point, the board will approach the supervisory board with a proposal. That will certainly now happen sometime in the near future.”
Muller, Manuel Neuer and David Alaba are a few of Bayern’s other players out of contract in June and Hoeness hopes all of them will extend their stays in Bavaria.
“We have four or five important players whose contracts expire next year,” added Hoeness.
“I know that talks are happening currently with all of them, and I hope very much that everything goes successfully.”
Muller has been previously linked with Manchester United and Germany legend Bastian Schweinsteiger insisted that a move to the Premier League would provide a breath of fresh air.
In January Muller did not rule out move away from Bayern in the summer.
“My focus is exclusively on being successful this season,” the forward told Sport1.
“What will happen in the summer, I will talk to the club and consider my options.
“Then let’s see in which direction things will go.”