The agent of Toni Kroos has denied that there have been any offers made by English champions Manchester United for his client.
The Bayern Munich midfielder has one year remaining on his current contract and has been heavily linked with a summer move to Old Trafford. Reports suggested that the Manchester club are willing to offer Kroos a deal worth £260,000-a-week and make him a key player in manager David Moyes' team, in a bid to convince him to make the switch happen.
However Volker Struth, Kroos' representative, has dismissed the rumours and has stated that the German international will be staying at Bayern next season.
"We have not received any official contract offer (from Manchester United)," Struth told BILD.
"There is also no need to submit an offer as Toni will be with Bayern Munich until June 2015."
News of Kroos' uncertain future comes after the revelation that Bayern have confirmed the signing of Eintracht Frankfurt midfielder Sebastian Rode on a free transfer. Bayern manager Pep Guardiola has always insisted that the 24-year-old will not be sold and will stay with the Bundesliga champions, though some speculated that Rode was being brought in as a replacement.
"We want to carry on with Toni Kroos. Still, it will be his decision in the end," said Guardiola
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