Recent reports have claimed German champions are interested in a summer move for Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford this summer.
However, reports from Germany claim Bayern Munich have no interest in signing the 24 year old Manchester United forward.
Bayern Munich reportedly believe signing Rashford doesn’t make sense as he is far from his best after enduring a torrid season over the last 12 months, with just five goals in 32 matches.
Bayern & Germany tweeted: “Marcus Rashford is not a topic at Säbener Straße, contrary to reports in England.
“Internally, Bayern believe Rashford is currently very far from his best form and wouldn’t be a reinforcement. In addition, the player wants to stay and rediscover his form.”
Meanwhile, Rashford is said to favour staying at United and is expected to undergo some intense warm weather training in the US next month.
The England international wants to get a head start in his bid to impress new manager Erik ten Hag.
It is claimed Rashford will travel to America where he will be put through his paces during a working holiday next month.
He is then expected to return for the start of pre-season with United on June 27.
Rashford is also in a fight for his international place, having been left out of the England squad this year. He is at risk of losing out on England’s squad for the 2022 winter World Cup in Qatar.