Manchester United and Chelsea target Toni Kroos has taken to Facebook to dismiss recent speculation about his future at Bayern Munich.
The midfielder's deal with the German giants expires in 2015 and so far talks between both parties are yet lead to the signing of a contract extension.
Indeed that stand off is said to alerted the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea to his potential availability.
The Red Devils were said to be particularly keen on landing him in the January transfer window.
The Daily Mail reported yesterday that a host of Premier League clubs including Manchester United and Chelsea were gearing up for a £25 million summer scrap for his services.
Manchester City, Liverpool and Arsenal are all said to be interested in the 24-year-old.
However the Bayern Munich star has moved to quell the rumours, saying he is relaxed over his future at the Allianz Arena and isn't in any rush to make a decision over his future.
He wrote on his official Facebook page: “Hey guys, in the last few days much has been written - speculation about my future in sports. But you should not believe what is written. The fact is that I am very happy to play at Bayern.
“The fact is also that we could not agree on a new contract. However, since this runs until 2015, is also not a big problem and we will see what the future brings.”
Interestingly a deal to bring Kroos to the Premier League could have consequences for Arsenal, with Bayern eyeing up Julian Draxler, who was heavily linked with the Gunners in January, as Kroos's replacement should he depart at the end of the season.