Flick unsure on Bayern future
Flick has long been linked to succeed Joachim Low in the Germany dugout and he refused to rule out the move following Bayern's Champions League elimination on Tuesday evening.
The Bavarians were crowned European champions last season following a 1-0 win over PSG in the final, but the Ligue 1 side got their revenge despite losing by the same scoreline at the Parc des Princes.
Les Parisians reached the semi-finals courtesy of the away-goals rule, after winning the first leg in Munich 3-2, and the defeat raised more questions over Flick's position as he continues to be touted as the number one candidate to replace Low.
Flick has made huge strides in a short period of time and last season he guided Bayern to a quadruple, winning the UEFA Super Cup, Bundesliga, German Cup and Champions League.
When asked about his Bayern future by Sky Germany, Flick said: "I have a contract with Bayern, but I always think about what's going to happen or how things will continue, whether everything is going well here and so on.
"My family is behind me, no matter what my decision is, whether it is at the DFB."
The 56-year-old was former assistant to Low at Germany between 2006-2014, playing a key role in their World Cup triumph in Brazil.
Bayern, who are five points clear with six games to go, are 1.00 to retain their Bundesliga crown, while Germany are 8.00 to win Euro 2020.
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