Australian Cricket Hall of Fame Presentation
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 27: Former Australian cricketer Justin Langer pictured during an Australian Cricket Hall of Fame Presentation at Melbourne Cricket Ground on January 27, 2022 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Jonathan DiMaggio/Getty Images for the Australian Cricketers' Association)
Australian Cricket Hall of Fame Presentation

Australian head coach Justin Langer is reportedly receiving plenty of offers for his next coaching gig.

Langer, who has reportedly told those close to him that he wants to be a career coach following his messy exit from the Australian set up, is yet to exit quarantine in Perth.

Once he does however, his manager reportedly has plenty of offers lined up for him.

Langer had led Australia to a first-time T20 World Cup victory, followed by a 4-0 victory in the Ashes series against England, which was just a single wicket and a handful of rain delays away from being 5-0.

The coach, who had also managed to draw and retain the Ashes before that in England, was asked however by his players leading into this summer to soften his intensity which had been responsible for turning around the Australian cricket team after he took over following the ball-tampering scandal in Cape Town during 2018.

It was widely acknowledged that he changed his approach, but ultimately that didn't win the support of the playing group and board over.

Australia are now hunting for a new head coach, but Langer's manager James Henderson told The Daily Telegraph that Langer "won't be unemployed" next summer.

“There’s a lot of interest in Justin’s availability from all around the world. We’ve received a lot of approaches inside and outside the game,” Henderson said.

“I’m sure Justin Langer won’t be unemployed next summer.”

Andrew Strauss had publically declared that Langer could be an option to take over Chris Silverwood's post at the helm of the English side, while it has also been reported he could yet work on the broadcast of the upcoming tour of Pakistan.