The prolific attacker is keen to leave the Bundesliga champions this summer, but his representative insists a transfer is still far away at this pointMario Gomez's agent, Uli Ferber, has dismissed claims that the Bayern Munich striker has already agreed personal terms with Fiorentina.
A number of reports suggested that the prolific striker had reached an agreement over a four-year deal with the Serie A side, but the 27-year-old's representative has insisted there's no truth in the aforementioned claims.
"Mario has not agreed terms with any team," Ferber told Sport1 when questioned about Fiorentina's interest.
"He will train with Bayern today and in the upcoming days just like the other players. Everything else is nothing but speculation at this point."
The striker's contract with the Bavarians runs until June 2016, but Gomez is keen to leave the club after warming the bench predominantly in 2012-13.
Aside from Fiorentina, Atletico Madrid are also believed to be interested in the prolific striker, who would cost in excess of €20 million (£16.9m), though Bayern have yet to receive a formal offer.