Pizarro denies having agreed terms with Bayern Munich

Recent reports suggested that the attacker is on the verge of joining the Bavarians on a free transfer, but he has insisted that he has yet to make a final decision on his future
Werder Bremen attacker Claudio Pizarro has made it clear that he has not reached an agreement with Bayern Munich as he has yet to make a final decision about where his future lies.

A number of reports last week claimed that the 33-year-old had agreed terms with the Champions League hopefuls about a summer move, but the Peruvian striker has stressed that nothing has been decided yet.

"I have not decided yet where I will continue my career. There's no decision for now. I will let people know once I've made a decision on my future," Pizarro was quoted as saying by Bild.

Pizarro previously wore the Bayern Munich jersey from 2001 until 2007, netting 100 goals in 251 official appearances for the Bavarians.

The striker has an expiring contract with Werder, meaning he can leave the club on a free transfer this summer.

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