Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says he is not “available” to succeed Joachim Low as manager of his native Germany.
“Am I available for the job after the summer? No,” said Klopp.
“Someone else will do the job and, with the number of good German managers, I am sure the German FA will find a good solution.”
Klopp, 53, was appointed Liverpool manager in October 2015 and has led the club to victory in the Champions League in 2019 and to the 2019-20 Premier League title.
The latter was the Anfield club’s first top-flight title since 1990 but they have struggled this season and are eighth in the Premier League – seven points from a top-four spot.
Klopp said: “I will not be available as a potential coach for Germany. I have three years left at Liverpool don’t I?
“It’s simple. You sign a contract and you stick to that contract. I stuck to contracts at both Mainz and Dortmund.”
Klopp was speaking before the second leg of Liverpool’s last-16 Champions League tie against RB Leipzig on Wednesday (kick-off 20:00 GMT).
The Reds hold a 2-0 advantage for the home leg, which will be played at Puskas Arena in Budapest because of Covid-19 restrictions.