The reign of Graham Arnold as Socceroos coach may be about to end with the national team boss contemplating offers to return to club management.
Arnold's agent Tony Rallis confirmed on Tuesday the 57-year-old is weighing up two offers, though he's yet to make any decision on his future.
"There are offers on the table but as no decision has been made, we don't want to comment any further than that," Rallis told AAP.
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The news has come out of the blue, with Arnold two years into his second stint in charge of the national team.
Appointed after Bert van Marwijk led the Socceroos at the 2018 World Cup, Arnold has claimed 10 wins in his 14 matches in charge.
A quarterfinal exit at last year's Asian Cup was disappointing but the Socceroos had made an unbeaten start to qualification for the 2022 World Cup before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Arnold also guided the Olyroos to qualification for this year's Olympic football tournament but that too was postponed due to COVID.
It's believed the two-time A-League Grand Final-winning coach has grown frustrated by the lack of international football since the COVID pandemic hit.
The FFA are understood to be hopeful of securing at least one international friendly fixture in November for what would be the Socceroos' first match in a year but nothing has been locked in at this stage.
If Arnold does take up an offer with Seoul, it would be his second stint at an Asian club after a winless six-game spell in charge of Japanese team Vegalta Sendai six years ago.