Jurgen Klinsmann has ruled himself out of replacing Sam Allardyce as England manager.
The current USA boss had been linked with the post before Allardyce was appointed, and his name has subsequently been mentioned again in gossip columns following Allardyce’s exit.
And the 52-year-old German squashed any speculation on Wednesday, using his Twitter account to state his sole focus is on the U.S.’s upcoming round of World Cup qualifiers.
“No truth to the rumors regarding England. Our entire focus is on November 11 when Columbus will rock,” Klinsmann said, in reference to the squad’s hexagonal match against Mexico in the Ohio capital.