Bayern Munich forward Thomas Muller has admitted he does not intend to end his career at Allianz Arena.
The German star has joined the Bavarians at the age of 11, however, but has been heavily linked with a Man Utd move in the past.
The Red Devils reportedly had a bid of over £85m rejected for Muller.
Manchester United CEO Ed Woodward has previously reported that he dreams of bringing German forward at Old Trafford.
And Thomas Muller himself has revealed that it would be attracted to play elsewhere away from Allianz Arena.
“Another task would certainly be interesting and attractive,” he told Welt Am Sonntag.
“If the situation is different, a lot can happen.
“Basically, it is very difficult to get away from Bayern. Currently, I have no thoughts to do something else.”
German forward will be aiming to win another World Cup alongside with Joachim Low as he currently prepares for the friendly game.
And on personal terms, planning to win another Golden boot and help his national team with goals at a world-cup tournament in Russia.
Bayern Munich’s CEO Jan-Christian Dreesen spilled the beans on the Reds huge offer for German attacker two years ago.
“There really was such a thing.
“Then came a fax from England. For us, however, a sale of Thomas Muller was never discussed.
“If a player fits us, we would be stupid to give him a short-term prospect of a record profit and to weaken him.”