Spurs legend Jurgen Klinsmann rules out a return to the Bundesliga

By Sportsmail Reporter

Jurgen Klinsmann has dismissed talk of returning to a coaching job in the Bundesliga.

The former Germany boss parted company with Bayern Munich towards the end of last season after less than a year in the Allianz Arena hotseat.  

He had enjoyed more success with the national team, leading them to the semi-finals of the World Cup in 2006.  


No going back: Klinsmann doesn't want another crack at the German top flight

'For us it is relatively clear. We will not embark on a new Bundesliga adventure,' Klinsmann told the Bild newspaper.  

'After the World Cup, I will possibly be active somewhere else.'


Klinsmann has been linked with a job in the Barclays Premier League, having enjoyed two spells in England with Tottenham in the 1990s.  

Commenting on reports linking him with Liverpool, Klinsmann only said: 'There are always rumours.'

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