At least that’s the verdict of the Bundesliga giants’ chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge amid speculation linking the 28-year-old with a move to Germany.
Sanchez is now in the final 12 months of his
Bayern, Chelsea, Manchester City and Juventus have all been credited with interest in securing the former Barcelona ace’s services ahead of next season.
And each of those clubs could offer Sanchez the Champions League football he craves - although he’s admitted this weekend that his future is not in his hands.
“I do not know what he said, we are no longer involved”
Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge speaks out
Sanchez said: "The truth is that the decision doesn’t depend on me.
"I have made my decision, but now we wait for a response from Arsenal. It depends on them, I have to wait to know what they want."
However, Rummenigge has revealed Sanchez will not be swapping north London for Bavaria with
He said: "I do not know what he said, we are no longer involved."
Rummenigge revealed the decision to end Bayern’s interest in Sanchez came after a conversation with
He continued: "We've agreed with the coach that there will be no more additions in attack. That makes no sense."