German champions Bayern Munich claim they have received no concrete offers for midfielder Thomas Muller.
The 20-year-old has caught the eye of a number of clubs this summer having impressed for Germany in the World Cup.
His performances drove Joachim Low's side to the semi-finals but they fell to Spain 1-0, with Muller forced to look on from the bench because of suspension.
Bayern director of sport Christian Nerlinger claims the club are ready to increase the young star's pay, and insists he will be going nowhere.
He told Sport BILD: "We are going to give Thomas Müller a raise, Bayern Munich is known as a club that will always come up with a reaction when there have been impressive performances. I am still very fine on that, we have not extended the contract of Thomas Müller for no reason.
"Thus far we have not received any concrete bid for the player, we do not intend to sell him."
Muller is contracted to Bayern until June 2013, and he scored 13 goals in his debut Bundesliga season for the club last term.