When Real Madrid call, you have to listen.
Low told a Germany press conference: "I can completely rule it out".
Roman Abramovich has recently withdrawn plans to expand Stamford Bridge in protest at ongoing visa issues, but the twisting of Zidane's arm to take another management job would be a move of considerable intent to return Chelsea to Champions League glory.
Zindine Zidane's unexpected departure from Real Madrid has prompted Chelsea to explore the Frenchman as a possible manager.
"Zidane's legacy will be hard to improve upon", Casillas said in AS.
Zidane announced he was leaving Los Blancos just five days after overseeing the club's third consecutive Champions League title.
The subject, whoever they are, need to promote and shift their book from the shelves while journalists have a relatively straightforward story to cover in the palm of their hands. I want to thank them too, as in the end they are the ones who fight on the pitch.
Liverpool's German manager Jurgen Klopp walks past the trophy as he collects his loser's medal after the UEFA Champions League final football match between Liverpool and Real Madrid at the Olympic Stadium in Kiev, Ukraine on May 26, 2018.
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"Of course, we have a lot of dreams, we have a lot of objectives, but the most important thing for me is to enjoy today".
"It is a hard moment, as I am saying I am leaving, but it is not a sad day for me", Zidane said.
"Daniel and I have spoken at length about our aspirations for this football club". I am not exhausted of coaching after three years. "It's one of the teams I loved when I was a kid".
Pochettino, 46, only signed a new contract with Spurs to 2023 last week, so Real would have to pay a big premium if they want to appoint him.
Spanish sports daily AS reported that Pochettino's new contract does not include an agreement that he can leave Tottenham if Real make an approach for him.
The Frenchman, formerly coach of Real Madrid Castilla, was appointed as head coach of Real's first team in January 2016 after the dismissal of Rafa Benítez, and guided the club to the Champions League title by beating Atlético Madrid on penalties in the final.
"I'm so happy at Tottenham".