Inter Milan midfielder Wesley Sneijder hopes Guus Hiddink will become the next manager of the club.
Inter won a remarkable treble last season which was clinched with the UEFA Champions League crown after a 2-0 win over Bayern Munich last weekend.
However, current boss Jose Mourinho is expected to take over at Real Madrid following the departure of Manuel Pellegrini, after just two seasons with the Serie A club.
Sneijder believes Hiddink is in the same mould as Mourinho, and thinks he would be a big hit with the Nerazzurri.
"They (Mourinho and Hiddink) both have a great capacity to motivate the group, but the most important thing is that they both focus on the tactical aspect, giving the players great courage," he said.
"It's thanks to that attitude that you are able to gain trust in yourself.
"Hiddink has great experience, having coached at Real Madrid and Chelsea, and let's not forget that he is the man that led PSV Eindhoven to win everything in 1988. He would do great at Inter."
Hiddink, 63, has never managed in Italy but has agreed a contract to take over as Turkey boss in August.