The soon-to-be-out-of-job World Cup-winning coach is tipped to make a transition from international to club management.
Joachim Low denies having been approached by any club and insists he isn’t interested in managing one either immediately after he steps down as Germany manager.
Low will be determined to take Germany as far as possible in this summer’s European tournament, which will be his last competition as the Die Mannschaft boss.
With not too long left before he brings an end to his 17-year-long association with the federation, the 61-year-old is linked with transitioning back to club management.
Interest has been reported from Real Madrid, who are currently without a manager following the departure of Zinedine Zidane. The former Stuttgart boss has also been linked with FC Barcelona, who are reportedly looking to move on from Ronald Koeman after just one season.
“I’ve personally not had any contact with anyone,” Low told the press on Saturday when asked about the rumors, as Marca reports.
“I’m quite clear that I won’t take charge of a club this summer. There won’t be a change of opinion.”