Ralf Rangnick, Erik ten Hag, Arsène Wenger and Max Allegri are on Bayern Munich’s list of possible candidates to replace Niko Kovač. Rangnick is the frontrunner for the job, and is interested, but is currently under contract as the head of sport and development at Red Bull. Bayern discussed appointing Rangnick at the end of last season but decided to keep faith in Kovač Wenger is another candidate, possibly until the end of the season, as he is held in very high regard by the Bayern board and is a fluent German-speaker. Bayern are likely to look for experience after the Kovač appointment backfiring ten Hag is another candidate. He knows Bayern well since a spell as coach of their second team between 2013 and 2015. Bayern know they have no chance of getting the 47-year-old Dutchman now but could try in January or at the end of the season. Allegri is a further name that is interesting Bayern but they are wary of appointing another non-German speaker after Carlo Ancelotti’s difficulties. Allegri may still have a chance to get the job, however, as he is represented by Giovanni Branchini, who is trusted by the club. Finally, José Mourinho has been linked with the job but is currently not one of the candidates to replace Kovač at the moment. Uli Hoeneß, for one, does not want Mourinho at Bayern lol seems like Wenger could end up with job by default.