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Germany's Joachim Low would consider Premier League job 'in two years'

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Germany coach Joachim Low has said that he could be interested in a Premier League job after the Euro 2020.

This summer Low signed a contract with the German FA through to 2022, before overseeing Germany's worst World Cup performance in 80 years as they exited the tournament at the group stage.

The 2014 World Cup winner remained in his position as coach as the Nationalmannschaft looks to rebuild for the next major tournament. But speaking at the FIFA Best Awards in London on Monday night, Low said he could imagine leaving in 2020.

"The Premier League is always interesting, of course," the 58-year-old told reporters. "A very good league. We will see.

"I can't say right now what will be in two years. I am responsible for the Germany national team, and it brings a lot of fun and motivation for me.

"In two years, we will see."

Earlier this year, Low had been one of the candidates to replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal, but opted to remain with Germany.