Bayern technical director Michael Reschke has rubbished reports that Robert Lewandowski could leave the club this summer.
The Poland striker scored 30 league goals this season, and Reschke insists Bayern will not entertain the idea of allowing the 27-year-old to leave.
“I can say with certainty that Lewandowski will play for Bayern Munich next season,” he told Radio CRC.
“His contract expires in three years’ time, he’s the best striker in the world and there’s no chance of him being sold.”
Bayern have been linked with a move for Napoli striker Gonzalo Higuain this summer, after the Argentinian broke a 66-year-old record with 36 Serie A goals last term.
However, Reschke has ruled out a move for another forward.
“Higuain is one of the three or four best strikers in the world, but we’ve got the very best right now with Lewandowski,” he said.
“That is why it makes no sense for us or for the player to sign another striker.”