Jurgen Klopp last week announced that he would be quitting Borussia Dortmund after seven years with the club at the end of the season, and the decision instantly saw his name linked to host of clubs.
Much of the speculation came from the Premier League – with Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City, according to the Daily Star, all linked with a summer move for the German.
When asked about his future beyond BVB, the 47-year-old gave little away – insisting that his focus is on Dortmund finishing the season in the best possible position.
“I’m not interested in what the Premier League thinks of me,” said Klopp.
“I’m just looking forward to the rest of our season.”
Manuel Pellegrini is set to be given the boot at the end of the season following a disappointing campaign at the Etihad Stadium – with the Chilean to feel the wrath of the City chiefs.
Brendan Rodgers, meanwhile, is to become the first Liverpool manager since the 1950s to finish his third season at the club without winning a trophy – and, as a result, his job in the Anfield dugout is by no means guaranteed to continue into the 2015-16 campaign.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has failed to deliver in the Premier League and the Champions League – again – but is unlikely to face the sack in the summer.