Heynckes will reveal where his future lies at a conference on Tuesday.
Jupp Heynckes will announce his future plans on Tuesday according to Sky Sports.
The 68 year old led Bayern Munich to a historic treble this season and will make way for Pep Guardiola at Bayern this summer.
Rumours have been circulating that he could make a move to Real Madrid.
He won the Champions League with them in 1998 and with Madrid’s bosses seeing European glory as a priority for the new manager, Heynckes will surely appeal to them.
Another possibility is that Heynckes will call time on his managerial career, bowing out in style having had such a successful season at Bayern.
The German could also move into a directors role at the club.
The possibility of managing another club in the Bundesliga is reportedly out of the question.
Heynckes told the German media about when he will make a decision following Bayern’s 3-2 win over Stuttgart in yesterday’s DFB-Pokal final.
The German said, “I am going to hold a press conference at the Sabener Strasse (training ground) on Tuesday,”
“I will then reveal more about my future. I will say where things will go, or perhaps not go, then.”
Should Heynckes decide to retire he will go down as one of German footballs most successful managers, having won the Champions League twice.