By FOX SPORTS staff
Although Dzeko has a rather prolific scoring record at City since joining from Wolfsburg in 2011, he is yet to nail down a starting berth under Roberto Mancini and has regularly been linked with a move away from the Etihad Stadium.
Given the Bosnian had an equally impressive spell in the Bundesliga, netting 85 goals in 142 appearances for the Wolves, he represents an excellent prospect for any German club to sign should he decide to leave the Citizens.
Nonetheless, Klopp insists Dortmund will not break their wage structure just to sign a player of his quality, even though he admitted he was a fan of the towering striker.
"He [Dzeko] is an extraordinary forward," he told Sports Image. "[Atletico Madrid striker Radamel] Falcao for example is great as well.
"[But] at Borussia Dortmund, everything was made regarding our conditions and salary structures. We won't cancel this for any player in the world.
"That is what he has to do by himself. If and when Robert [Lewandowski] leaves, a new forward has to accept our conditions. Then, he is interesting.
"If anybody wants to come to us, he has to adapt financially. Then he can have real fun, probably more than at his old club."
Dortmund are currently struggling to retain the league title that they have won for the past two seasons, and are currently 12 points behind leaders Bayern Munich in third place.