The Bavarians' sporting director does not anticipate any winter departures as he aims to keep the team that has dominated the Bundesliga so far togetherBayern Munich has no intention in selling any first team players in the winter transfer window, and added that Mitchell Weiser is the only one who could be allowed to leave the club on a temporary basis.
Players such as Anatoliy Tymoshchuk and Rafinha have recently been linked with a move away from Bayern, but the club's sporting director is keen to keep their current squad together.
"We have our team for the second half of the season ready, and players like Rafinha and Tymo are part of the squad we count on," Sammer told TZ.
"Mitchell Weiser is the only one where we could consider a transfer if all the conditions are right. Obviously, only on a temporary basis, though. He's still a youth player and a loan move could benefit him."
The 18-year-old joined Bayern from Koln in the summer transfer window, but has yet to make his Bundesliga debut for the Bavarians.