Bayern Munich's sporting director, Matthias Sammer, has seemingly ruled out a move for Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney after speculation that he could be going to the Bundesliga in the summer.
The club's sporting director insists no contact has been made between the club and the player, although he has told of his admiration for the Manchester United superstar.
Sammar told reporters: "I don't know what Rooney would bring to the Bundesliga. I can't answer that.
"I can answer that we have great respect for Wayne Rooney but there has been no contact with him. There is no contact and he's not on the agenda. No, no. Absolutely not."
The England international has just picked up another Premier League winners medal under, soon to be retired, Sir Alex Ferguson and has contributed 12 Premier League goals for the new champions this season.
Manchester United play their final game of the season against West Brom this Sunday as United seek to hit the 91 point mark and Rooney could yet feature at the Hawthornes.
The game will also mark Ferguson's final game in charge of the Red Devils as he comes to an end of his 26 and a half year tenure at the Old Trafford outfit. David Moyes will be the man to replace Ferguson at the helm and will begin life at Old Trafford from July 1. Moyes himself will take charge of his final game with Everton this weekend when his side face Cheslea at Stamford Bridge.
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