Pep Guardiola has been approached about positions at Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United once he concludes his sabbatical from football.
Guardiola, 43, stepped down as Barcelona coach at the end of last season and has moved his family to New York.
While the Premier League remains the double Champions League-winning coach's most likely destination, he has also been approached on behalf of Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich and by AC Milan - already 14 points off the pace in Serie A.
The Chilean football federation has asked Guardiola if he would be interested in leading the national team's attempt to to qualify for the 2014 World Cup in place of current coach Claudi Borghi.
Though Guardiola has been asked if he would consider cutting his sabbatical short, the Catalan's representatives insist he has no desire to start at a new club mid-campaign. "There is no chance of Pep coming to a new job before the end of the season," said a source.