German tactician rules himself out of leaving Bundesliga giants.
Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp has ruled out an exit from the club by insisting he is still happy there despite recent reports claiming he is being lined up to take over from Arsene Wenger, the Daily Mirror reports.
The former Bundesliga champions are currently rooted the the bottom of the league after suffering a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Frankfurt this weekend, despite securing their passage into the next round of the Champions League earlier this week.
Reports in both the UK and Germany have the young coach taking over from Arsenal veteran Arsene Wenger, who has also come in for scrutiny for their own lacklustre performances.
However, Klopp was quick to deny that he will be leaving anytime soon by saying; “I understand that journalists have those thoughts, but there is no such trend. I see myself as responsible.”
“If it is only about luck and a change of coach can bring that, you only have to call me up and I will step aside.
“But it is not so simple. As long as nobody comes and says to me, ‘we have someone who does it better’, then I cannot go.
“I won’t stand in the way, but I cannot go before there is a better solution, the responsibility is great and I can accept it.”
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