Bayern Munich striker Miroslav Klose has dismissed speculation he could move to Turkish side Besiktas before the transfer window slams shut.
Turkish media have reported that Besiktas manager Bernd Schuster has reached personal terms with the 32-year-old regarding a switch and that just an agreement with Bayern Munich over a fee could still block a deal.
But Klose has dismissed the speculation, saying he wants to stay with the German champions.
The Germany international striker told Deutsche Presseagentur: "I have a contract with Bayern Munich until June 2011, I am really not thinking about a transfer away from this club."
His agent Alexander Schutt added: "A move (to Besiktas) was never on the cards, Miroslav does not have any desire to move away from his current club Bayern Munich."
Bayern Munich have also denied the claims.