Allianz Arena officials see Eastlands duo as ideal candidates for rebuilding project.
Bayern Munich are preparing a sensational £40million bid to prize Manchester City stars Emmanuel Adebayor and Jerome Boateng away from Eastlands.
The Bundesliga champions have struggled this season following winning the league and German Cup last term.
They are currently third in the table and will part company with manager Louis van Gaal and replace the Dutchman with Jupp Heynckes.
Merkur reports the Munich board view this period as an ideal time to rebuild the club and see the City pair as the perfect fit.
Adebayor has had a stop start career at Eastlands since joining from Arsenal in 2009 for £25million.
The 27-year-old has never convinced manager Roberto Mancini of team work ethic and was sent on-loan to Real Madrid last January.
Boateng signed last summer from Munich rivals Hamburg and has taken his time to settle in Manchester.
The 22-year-old is said to be interested in a return to Germany as his path to the first-team has been blocked by Micah Richards, Pablo Zabaleta and injuries.