Robert Lewandowski will not be leaving Bayern Munich this summer, according to CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.
Lewandowski had another outstanding season for the Bavarians, scoring 41 goals, one more than Gerd Müller's record of 40 goals set in 1971/72.
However, other sources indicate that the 32-year-old turned down a new deal because England was interested, but Rummenigge was quick to dismiss such accusations.
“Of course not! No. Never! Lewandowski will not be sold,” he told Sport1.
“His agent (Pini Zahavi) knows it. But tell me yourself: who would sell a player who can score 60 goals a year, who at 32 is the best player in the world? Bayern will not sell him.
“Lewandowski, who is in amazing physical shape, can still play at the highest level for 4-5 years. Why not at Bayern? Robert is like a diamond.
“It is currently the greatest diamond in world football, he shines the most.”
David Alaba has already declared his departure from the club, with Real Madrid reportedly leading the race to recruit him.