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Bayern Munich CEO opens up on Thomas Muller and Mario Gotze transfer speculation


Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge says Thomas Muller and Mario Gotze are both not for sale and will stay at the club.

The two have been heavily linked with a possible move to Old Trafford with Gotze also attracting interest from Arsenal.

But the 59-year-old has rejected speculation linking the two with summer moves.

"He's [Mario Gotze has] told the club that he wants to stay here," Rummenigge said at a press conference in Munich on Thursday.

"If nothing new should arise, then that puts a lid on it.

"At the end of the day, it's up to Mario, and I've told him this. Of course there's a lot of competition in his position.

"[Thomas] Muller is not for sale. Our English colleagues seem to be unable to spend all of their money."

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