Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp has no intention of taking Chelsea job

Image: Jurgen Klopp: Will not be breaking his contract at Borussia Dortmund

Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp insists he has no intention of becoming Chelsea's next manager after declaring his happiness in his current role at Singal Iduna Park.

Compensation

Dortmund are delighted to hear their highly-rated boss committing his future to them and have also warned Chelsea that they would be wasting their time in making an approach at the end of the season. Sporting director Michael Zorc said: "It is not worth Chelsea ringing us. There is no chance at all, at least until 2016. "Even if they offered compensation the answer would still be no. Even though we are not a bank with too much money, we don't need it. That's our situation. He's priceless. We are committed to each other - we gave our word. "He won't stop his work here just because Chelsea offer him a lot of money - that is not the way he thinks. "Before he was at Dortmund, he was at Mainz for seven years. It is not the most attractive club in the world but he stuck to it because he has a long-term view and likes to develop and create an era." To find out more about live football on Sky Sports, Click here

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