Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinze Rummenigge has insisted that Man United have no chance of signing striker Thomas Muller.
The German international has been linked with a move to Old Trafford this summer with Louis Van Gaal searching for a striker to complete his squad.
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However, he has failed to prise him away from Munich so far and it appears as though the German giants have no intention of letting him leave.
“Thomas is unsellable. I have a feeling that he’ll never leave Bayern Munich,” Rummenigge said, according to Bild.
“When Thomas retires at some point, we hope that we can keep him at the club, if he wants.”
Muller has a prolific scoring record for both club and country, and was reportedly the subject of a €100m offer from United.
However, the 25-year-old conceded at the time that he was comfortable in Bavaria and wanted to stay at the club despite the appeal of a reunion with his former Dutch coach.
As a result, with neither player nor club interested in discussing a transfer, Van Gaal will be forced to look elsewhere if he wishes to add another attacker to his squad this summer.