Bayern are determined not to let Franck Ribery leave the club at any price and have stated that they would not even consider a bid of €70 million.
The Bundesliga giants were reportedly prepared to consider huge offers for their star player, but general manager Uli Hoeness has dismissed that notion by claiming that he will not leave at any price.
Ribery has attracted the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona, Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal this summer and now Bayern want the saga to end with a firm announcement.
"He will certainly stay," he was quoted as saying by TZ. "We are not prepared to talk, not even for €70 million or more."
Ribery pulled out of training with Bayern for the second time this week and rumours suggested that it was due to ongoing talks about a move away from the club, but Hoeness was adamant that was also not true. "If he is injured he is injured. Just like anybody else," he added.