Thomas Muller has hinted he may leave Bayern Munich in the summer, but his agent has denied reports Inter Milan have already made a bid.
The 22-year-old is a product of Bayern's youth academy and has made 109 appearances for the Bavarian giants, scoring 33 goals, since making his debut in 2008.
Muller has gone on to be a regular for the Germany national side but faces competition for places at domestic level from the likes of Mario Gomez, Frank Ribery and Arjen Robben.
He has grown increasingly frustrated this season after missing out on the starting line-up for key matches throughout the campaign.
Muller, who has three years remaining on his contract, insists he is happy at Bayern for now and wants to focus solely on Germany and the upcoming European Championship.
However, he did admit that he may consider his future if it becomes apparent his first-team opportunities will continue to be limited at the Allianz Arena.
"My agent deals with the offers but for now I don't want to know anything until the end of the European Championship. I'm totally focused on the tournament," Muller told Bild.
"Bayern is always my club and I don't think about the transfer market right now. But I can't be happy if I don't play in the season's biggest games.
"Stay at Bayern Munich all my life? I can only say that when I'm dead."
Chelsea and Inter Milan have been linked with a swoop for Muller and reports suggested Inter had already made moves to try and take him to Serie A.
However, Muller's agent, Cristian Romberg, has denied the Nerazzurri have made an approach.
"There is no offer from Inter for Muller at this time," Romberg told tuttomercatoweb.
"If we could be interested in it? I prefer not to comment.
"We will see later. But today, again, there is nothing from Inter."