A number of teams have expressed interest in hiring former Chicago Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau after his successful run in the Windy City fizzled out last spring.

Over two months ago, it was revealed that the Minnesota Timberwolves engaged in discussions with Thibs about possibly taking the reigns of the franchise. More recently, rumors have claimed that Carmelo Anthony is lobbying for him to coach the New York Knicks.

The Thibodeau saga might finally be coming to an end, if Minnesota can come to terms with his demands.

According to Adrian Wojnarowski and Chris Mannix of Yahoo Sports’ The Vertical, Thibodeau is determined to have full control of an organization, and he’s “aggressively pursuing” the T’Wolves’ president of basketball operations and head coaching positions.

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The report states that out of all of the job openings in the league, the Wolves are the only franchise that could possibly allow Thibs to have the final say on personnel decisions, possible hirings, and the overall philosophy of the organization.

According to The Vertical’s sources, Minnesota’s ownership is expected to make an offer very soon, whether it be for Thibodeau or another candidate, such as Jeff Van Gundy.

On top of Thibodeau’s desire to have such power, the prospect of building and coaching a team based around young talents Karl-Anthony Towns and Andrew Wiggins is quite enticing on its own.

Stay tuned for new developments on this story in the coming days, or possibly the coming hours.