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Leon Goretzka 'not interested in Bayern Munich exit amid Manchester United talk'

Goretzka 'not interested in Bayern exit amid Man United talk'
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Leon Goretzka - linked with Manchester United, Real Madrid and Barcelona - reportedly has no plans to leave Bayern Munich.

Leon Goretzka reportedly has no plans to leave Bayern Munich despite the widespread speculation surrounding his future at Allianz Arena.

The 26-year-old's current deal with the Bundesliga champions is due to expire next summer, and it is understood that talks between the two parties have stalled over salary expectations.

Manchester United are said to be keeping a close eye on developments, while Barcelona and Real Madrid are also believed to be eyeing the Germany international.

However, according to Goal, Goretzka believes that his future is at Allianz Arena, and he is not prepared to consider any other offers at this moment in time.

The report claims that the German has told Bayern CEO Oliver Kahn, sports director Hasan Salihamidzic and president Herbert Hainer that he wants to remain at the club despite the recent speculation.

The midfielder scored eight times and registered nine assists in 32 appearances at club level last term.

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