Rose is set to leave Monchengladbach at the end of the current campaign after agreeing to take over Bundesliga rivals Borussia Dortmund in the summer.
However, Die Fohlen’s coach will have to deal with the tasks at hand at the moment with his team set to lock horns with Manchester City in the Champions League on Wednesday.
Citizen star Gundogan has insisted that Monchengladbach’s managerial situation will not adversely affect the European tie as once the Champions League anthem blasts to the speakers, every player will become 100 per cent focused and motivated.
Gundogan admitted that the circumstances surrounding Rose’s job are not great for anyone at Monchengladbach, but stressed that will not dampen their spirits come Wednesday.
“It [managerial situation at Monchengladbach] is certainly not a good situation for everyone involved”, Gundogan told German magazine Kicker.
“Ultimately, we are talking about the Champions League.
“When the anthem plays, everyone will be 100 per cent focused and motivated.
“So, I can’t see this affecting our clash in any way.”
Manchester City have won 18 successive matches across all competitions and will be keen on extending their pristine record with a win against the Germans at the Puskas Arena.