Bayern Munich have rubbished reports suggesting they are interested in Celtic goalkeeper Artur Boruc.
The Poland international is contracted to Celtic until 2011 but he has admitted he could move on in the summer.
He has been linked with Bayern and stated this week that he would consider an offer from the German giants.
Bayern goalkeeping coach Sepp Maier had reportedly travelled to watch Boruc in action, but general manager Uli Hoeness insists that was not the case.
Hoeness is also adamant that Bayern have no interest in bringing in Boruc this summer.
"There is absolutely nothing in the story," he told the Evening Times.
"It's a strange story. Sepp Maier wasn't there (in Scotland). From beginning to end, there is no truth in it."