Manchester City target Manuel Neuer looks set to stay with current club Bayern Munich after admitting he is 'happy' with the German champions.
Transfer speculation had suggested that the German international goalkeeper was willing to discuss a move to England, but Neuer has since denied the claims any move was imminent.
Neuer has been part of one of Bayern Munich's most successful sides, and the shot-stopper has made it clear that he only wants to add to his side's recent trophy haul. Munich was an ever-present figure in the treble-winning side of 2012, whereby he helped his team to the Champions League, Super Cup and league victories.
Speaking to Munchener Merkur, Neuer said: "It would be great to play for this club for a long time. There is no reason to move clubs as it would be weird not to play for the best club in the world."
Neuer then dismissed any chance of a move to rampant Premier League outfit.
"I am a Bayern Munich player and I will stay on a player of Bayern Munich," he added.
Adding to his commitment towards the club that signed him from Schalke in 2011, Neuer said he would never decline the captains armband.
"If the team or the manager want me I would not reject the armband to be captain of Bayern Munich at any point in time. Still, I prefer this job to be done by an outfield player," Neuer said.
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