Germany coach Joachim Low says he has no interest in taking over at Barcelona if Ronald Koeman is fired this summer.
The 61-year-old has already announced he is set to leave the national team after the Euros with Bayern Munich coach Hansi Flick set to take his place.
Low is one of several names to have been vaguely linked with the Barca job, but the German says that president Joan Laporta has not been in touch.
I asked Jogi Löw about the rumors with @FCBarcelona. His answer: There was no contact to Joan Laporta and he won’t be manager of any club this summer— Christian Falk (@cfbayern) May 29, 2021
While Koeman’s future remains in doubt it’s still uncertain who Laporta might be thinking about to take his place as first-team boss.
There are rumors flying about that Laporta’s not convinced it’s the right time to go for Xavi, while Belgium coach Roberto Martinez has also been linked in recent days.