Report: Jurgen Klinsmann interested in coaching Liga MX side Tijuana

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Jurgen Klinsmann hasn’t coached since he was sacked by the U.S. Men’s National Team nearly a year ago.

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That could soon change though as the German is reportedly being courted by one of Liga MX’s clubs. A report out of Mexico states that Klinsmann is intrigued by Club Tijuana, and is heavily considering taking over the team.

Since retiring from his playing career in the late-1990s, Klinsmann managed the German national team and Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich before taking over the USMNT for the better part of five years.

While with the USMNT, Klinsmann won the 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup and was named CONCACAF Manager of the Year that same season.

Tijuana currently sits 11th in the Liga MX Apertura table through 15 matches.