Jurgen Klinsmann is tight-lipped over rumours that he is to replace Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez.
German could move abroad after World Cup
Former Germany and Bayern Munich manager Jurgen Klinsmann has remained tight-lipped over rumours that he is to replace Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez next summer.
The 108-time Germany international has long been linked with the Reds and the club's co-owner Tom Hicks has admitted holding talks in the past.
Benitez signed a new long-term contract before the start of the current season, but speculation has suggested that the ex-Valencia boss' almost five-year tenure could soon end.
Liverpool have been dumped out of the UEFA Champions League group stages and are off the pace in the Premier League, renewing speculation that Klinsmann could replace Benitez.
But the German said in Bild: "There are always rumours."
Klinsmann does not want to return to club management in Germany and has indicated that he could make a move abroad before next season.
He said: "For us it is relatively clear. We will not embark on another adventure in the Bundesliga.
"After the World Cup, I will possibly be somewhere else."