Bayern Munich director of sport Christian Nerlinger claims the club have no plans to move for Moussa Sissoko.
The French international has become the subject of much debate, with his future at Toulouse questioned on a regular basis.
At just 20-years-old he is regarded as a hot prospect for the future, and his development has not gone unnoticed by Europe's top clubs.
German giants Bayern are the latest to be linked with a possible approach, with Louis van Gaal reported to be ready to splash the cash during the winter transfer window.
Nerlinger, though, insists Bayern are fully stocked in midfield and will not be lodging a bid for Sissoko.
"We have not got our eyes on Sissoko and we are not keen on signing him," he told Sport-BILD.
"In midfield we are waiting to see Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben make their return to action in the near future.
"As soon as they are back fit the team will look and play differently, I think."