According to various reports in Germany, Bayern have already agreed terms with the Polish strker, but Gomez has revealed that he has "no fear" with the prospect of increased competition in attack.
"I have no fear of anyone. The club must commit themselves clearly and tell us what's going on. If it is so, then it is so. But it's not my job to comment on speculation," Gomez told Deutsche Presseagenthur.
"I can only say that all the strikers feel very comfortable here in Munich. We will see what happens."
Bayern currently occupy top spot in the Bundesliga, 15 points clear of second-placed Dortmund.