Hoffenheim manager Julian Nagelsmann has said that he only remains focused on his life at the German club, amid speculation regarding potential moves to Chelsea and Arsenal.
Last week, Arsenal head-coach Arsene Wenger announced that he was leaving the Emirates Stadium after the end of the current campaign, while reports continue to suggest that Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is also on the brink of leaving the Stamford Bridge.
Nagelsmann has impressed at Hoffenheim with 39 wins and just 24 defeats in 91 games, however, it seems that at this stage of his career he plans to remain with the German club.
The 30-year-old told Sky Germany: “I don’t think so, no. These are just rumours. I focus on myself and my team the focus is on nothing else.
“I’m not annoyed by the discussions. I focus on myself and my team.
Hoffenheim are currently fifth in the Bundesliga in the standings, while the club featured in the Champions League Playoff round this campaign.
Meanwhile, Chelsea and Arsenal are also keeping tabs on former Barcelona manager Luis Enrique, while Carlo Ancelotti has been also one of the candidates to replace Wenger or Antonio Cotne.