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Jurgen Klopp dismisses rumors linking him with Germany coaching  Job

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Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp has insisted he will not take over the coaching Job of the  German male national football team from Joachim low.

Low, who has been in charge of the national team since 2006 and has announced that he will step down after Germany’s final game of the rescheduled Euro 2020 final this summer.

Several big names have been linked to the job, with Klopp installed as a top favorite alongside Julian Nagelsmann and Hansi Flick.

However, the 53-year-old insists he is committed to Liverpool and has no plans to withdraw from his contract, which runs until 2024.

“Am I available for the German job this summer? No,” he said during his press conference ahead of Liverpool’s Champions League clash against RB Leipzig.

“Jogi Low did an incredible job for so many years,” Klopp added.

“One of the most successful. I understand he wants to have this highlight of Euros. And then someone else will do a job. Lots of good German managers.

“I have three years left at Liverpool. You sign a contract and you stick to it.”

Klopp is going through a difficult period in Liverpool right now.

Having led the Reds to the first league title in 30 years last season, this season has been a disaster on the home front.

And have recorded six straight home defeat, their worst ever run in the history of the Premier League.

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They are currently eighth in the Premier League and face a fight to even make it to the top four.

The Champions League, however, has been a good remedy for their domestic problems this season and they hope to reach the quarter-finals this week.

Liverpool defeated RB Leipzig 2-0 in the first leg three weeks ago, with the return leg in Merseyside on Wednesday.

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