Bayern Munich’s Mario Gotze has quashed speculation that he could leave the Allianz Arena this summer amid uncertainty over his future under Pep Guardiola.
Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United have all been linked to the Germany international, yet he has confidently insisted that gossip concerning his possible exit are false:
“There is nothing in the rumours,” as quoted by the Express.
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Gotze’s agent slammed the Bundesliga giants for a lack of ‘support’ for his client earlier this month which, according to the Metro, put the Premier League trio on high alert.
The British newspaper stated that the playmaker is valued at £49.6m, and suggested that an offer of this size could be enough to secure his signature.
Nonetheless, reports on interest from England have somewhat cooled, and the 23-year-old’s comments will likely come as a blow to Serie A champions Juventus – who, according to Tuttosport, were keen on luring the former Borussia Dortmund star to Turin.
Last season, Gotze was handed six different positions across midfield and attack by Guardiola – implying that perhaps his Spanish manager is yet to have full confidence in his No.19.