Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has rubbished the idea of selling Robert Lewandowski this summer.
The Poland striker has been at Allianz Arena since 2014, scoring 142 goals in 184 games and establishing himself as one of the best strikers in the world in the process.
However, reports have claimed that Real Madrid are interested in securing the 29-year-old's signature this summer, as they attempt to bring in another 'Galactico' signing.
Rummenigge, though, says no offer would tempt Bayern into selling, and has pointed to Chelsea's pursuit of Franck Ribery in 2008 as evidence, with the club reportedly rejecting an offer of €80 million plus full-back Jose Bosingwa.
"I like to assume that Robert is one hundred percent going to play at Bayern Munich next season," he told Kicker.
"What should motivate us to take a different direction?
"I always like to remember the year 2008, when we had an amazing offer from Chelsea for Franck Ribery.
"From that day on, the whole world of football knew, nobody can buy a Bayern Munich player against the will of Bayern Munich."
In regards to incomings, Rummenigge has also echoed the words of manager Jupp Heynckes, who previously stated the club have no interest in Bordeaux winger Malcom.
The Brazilian, who has enjoyed an excellent season in Ligue 1, said he "dreams" of one day playing for Bayern, but Rummenigge has now claimed that any link to the Arsenal and Tottenham target is pure speculation.
"This is a duck that landed on a lake in Munich," he said.