Germany boss Low rules out Manchester United move

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Germany national team coach Joachim Low has denied suggestions he could take over the reins from David Moyes at the end of the season, according to the Daily Star.

Low was pictured speaking to former Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson in London earlier this season, which sparked rumours that the Red Devils were lining up a move for the German tactician.

The 54-year-old manager would be one of the bookmakers’ favourites to succeed Moyes if the former Everton boss was to leave Old Trafford - due to his success with the German national team.

However Low has privately said he would not leave his current role in order to seal a move to Manchester United.

Low, who has a contract with Germany to lead his side into Euro 2016, is instead fully focused on the upcoming World Cup in Brazil.

Moyes is likely to be given the chance to rebuild Manchester United’s squad in the summer - despite the Premier League champions’ poor start to life under the Scotsman.

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