English Premier League side Chelsea could possibly be eyeing RB Leipzig manager Julian Nagelsmann, and there will be patience needed.
According to Sky report, Leipzig are too focused on the potential to win their first ever Bundesliga title and the UEFA Champions League.
“Roman Abramovich may have to wait until the summer if he wants Julian Nagelsmann to be Chelsea's next permanent manager,” Sky wrote.
“Nagelsmann's RB Leipzig side sit second in the Bundesliga and have made it clear they will not let their highly-rated young manager leave mid-season.
“Leipzig entertain Liverpool next month in the Round of 16 in the Champions League and sit four points behind Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga, believing they can land their first league title in the club's brief 11-year history,” added the report.
Meanwhile, Leipzig travel to Mainz on Saturday in the Bundesliga.