The England job is open after the firing of Sam Allardyce, and you can cross one candidate off the list of potential targets. USMNT manager Jurgen Klinsmann took to Twitter to shoot down any rumors of him to the Three Lions., again.
No truth to the rumors regarding England. Our entire focus is on November 11 when Columbus will rock: https://t.co/XymRua17IG— Jürgen Klinsmann (@J_Klinsmann) September 28, 2016
The German-born California resident was linked to the job in July after Roy Hodgson left the post following the shock exit to Iceland in the Euro 2016 Round of 16. Allardyce was named as the replacement but was fired this week after an undercover sting saw him advise how to get around FA rules.
It looks like Klinsmann has his eyes on the upcoming World Cup qualifying matches in November. The U.S. will also play two friendlies in October.
Klinsmann played two seasons in England with Tottenham, first in 1994-95 and then in 1997-98.
For news, stories, results and more, follow us: