Daniel Farke is braced for a summer of speculation around his own future at Norwich City.
Farke is out of contract in just over 12 months, and was linked this week with a return to Germany to take over at Eintracht Frankfurt.
Farke revealed previously he had rejected overtures from home, after plotting the club’s Championship title triumph in 2019, and he is prepared for another wave of interest in his services.
“I don't mind. You have to live in this business with speculations and rumours and if there's something in the press it's quite normal,” he said, with Farke touted as being on Frankfurt’s short list for next season.
“Max Aarons was already sold to Barcelona I was told and then it was Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund. He was sold to more or less every Premier League side in the top six.
"Yet he stayed to try and help us get promoted and lift the silverware.
“You know my attitude. I never comment on any speculation or rumours about my own personal situation. Sometimes I have to do this about the players, but never about my situation.
"I was always crystal clear in my words about my situation and always fulfilling my contract. There's nothing to add and nothing has changed. That's that.”