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Muller insists United move 'not up for discussion'

BREMEN, GERMANY - OCTOBER 17: Thomas Mueller of Muenchen celebrates scoring the opening goal during the Bundesliga match between SV Werder Bremen and FC Bayern Muenchen at Weserstadion on October 17, 2015 in Bremen, Germany. (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Bongarts/Getty Images)

BREMEN, GERMANY - OCTOBER 17: Thomas Mueller of Muenchen celebrates scoring the opening goal during the Bundesliga match between SV Werder Bremen and FC Bayern Muenchen at Weserstadion on October 17, 2015 in Bremen, Germany. (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Bongarts/Getty Images)

Bayern Munich striker Thomas Muller has distanced himself from speculation he could join Manchester United.

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Bayern Munich forward Thomas Muller insists he is not interested in a move to Manchester United after months of speculation over his future.

United had a bid of around £60million rejected for Muller in the summer, but earlier this month the 26-year-old admitted money could lure him to the Premier League.

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Bayern's chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge publicly warned the Red Devils to stop enquiring about the World Cup winner's availability, describing him as the heart of the German champions.

"I heard what Rummenigge said and it's nice for me to hear it," Muller told the Mail on Sunday.

"There are never any guarantees in football but I do have a four-year contract and when I go on the pitch and hear fans shout my name, that's something special."

When asked about Louis van Gaal's interest, Muller replied: "The club, as Rummenigge showed, denied it straight away, so it's not up for discussion."