Popular Dutchman has been in the capital for two years now.
Bundesliga outfit Hamburg are targeting Fulham head coach Martin Jol to be the German club’s next general manager, according to reports in the Daily Mail.
The Dutchman has only been at Craven Cottage for two years now, having arrived in west London from Eredivisie giants Ajax in June 2011 on a two-year contract.
And in Jol’s debut campaign in the capital, he managed to steer the Cottagers to an impressive ninth-place finish in the Premier League, just 12 points and three positions from a European place come the end of that season.
However, the 57-year-old’s second campaign has not proved quite as successful, with Fulham struggling at times to avoid relegation to the Championship, before finally finishing the season in 12th spot in the top flight.
But with Jol having already managed Hamburg for one year between July 2008 and June 2009, during which time he won 32 of his 53 matches in charge of the club, the Germans are hoping he could be persuaded to move from London to replace Frank Arnesen, who was sacked from the role earlier this week.