Former German national team manager Juergen Klinsmann has no desire to return to coaching in his homeland following a failed 10-month stint at Bundesliga side Bayern Munich, he said in an interview with Bild on Wednesday.
"For us it is relatively clear. We will not embark on another adventure in the Bundesliga," Klinsmann told the German paper. "After the World Cup, I will possibly be somewhere else."
Klinsmann joined Bayern in July 2008 but was axed by the club in April after a disappointing spell in charge.
When asked about renewed speculation naming him as a possible replacement for Rafael Benitez as manager of English side Liverpool, Klinsmann said: "There are always rumours."