Cape Town - Bayern Munich chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has ruled out a move for unsettled Manchester United winger Anthony Martial.
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There are major question marks over Martial’s future at Old Trafford after speculation that the French international wants to leave the club and boss Jose Mourinho’s criticism that the 22-year-old did not return to training quickly enough following the birth of his second child.
There have been reports that Bayern could be in the market for a swap deal involving Martial and centre-half Jerome Boateng.
However, Rummenigge insists Bayern already have sufficient depth in the final third and don’t need to add Martial to their ranks.
"We have four outside forwards - (Franck) Ribéry, (Arjen) Robben, (Kingsley) Coman and (Serge) Gnabry. And (Alphonso) Davies also comes. You must not overdo it. That’s what some clubs do, but it’s a problem for the coach," he told Bild.
Boateng spent a season in the Premier League with United’s neighbours Manchester City and Mourinho is rumoured to be in the market for a centre-half, amidst links with Barcelona’s Yerry Mina.