Germany world cup winning coach, Joachim Low does not see himself coaching in the Bundesliga again.
The German is into his second decade as Germany’s coach after taking over from Klinsmann in 2006.
Low’s contract runs till the 2018 World Cup in Russia, and DFB president, Reinhard Grindel spoke of a possible extension.
When asked by the Funke Mediengruppe if he would be unwilling to take on another Bundesliga club, he said: “That’s right.
“I understand that a change of coach can sometimes be appropriate.
“But the decisive factor is that this is always passed off as fair and correct. Sadly, I do not always have this feeling.”
“The [DFB’s] trust honours me, but currently there is no need for [a contract extension],” he added.
“Now I am looking first of all for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
“I have a high basic motivation in me. For me, 2014 [acts] as an incentive. I want to defend this title.”