Robert Lewandowski's transfer saga is a hard one to follow.
From his agent claiming he had held talks with Real Madrid, to reports that the striker was about to force his way out of Bayern Munich, it's all got rather confusing for the Poland star.
Now, his summer has taken another twist, with Bayern's technical director Michael Reschke quoted in FourFourTwo:
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"He will play in the upcoming season for Bayern, there is no doubt about that.
"He has another three years on his contract and we know that we have the best striker in the world in our squad.
"That's why there is no possibility he will be sold."
Lewandowski has previously said he would like a new challenge after six years in the Bundesliga, but if Reschke's words are anything to go by, he might not be getting his way after all.
Since appointing Carlo Ancelotti as Pep Guardiola's replacement, Bayern have gone to great lengths to strengthen their squad, adding Portuguese sensation Renato Sanches and Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels.
Munich's main man
After such expenditure, it would be a little counter-productive to let go of their main striker, particularly as Mario Gotze's future in Bavaria is not 100% clear.
It remains to be seen how much Madrid would be willing to pay, as their front line is already pretty spectacular.
First and foremost, though, Lewandowski needs to put all this to one side and focus on the Euros.
Poland's talisman will be hoping to make a massive impact at the tournament in France - and if he does, that could just put his price up even further.
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