"There isn't any agreement. Julian will speak to Leverkusen about the season and his future in the summer," Jurgen Brandt is quoted as saying after speaking to Sky Deutschland this weekend.
"It's a hoax. Julian was never in a situation to have to make a decision - he hasn't decided," Brandt Sr. further said in separate comments made to German publication Kicker.
Brandt has been linked with Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal, Tottenham and Everton in England, as well as Bayern, in recent weeks and months, but no move anywhere is at all close. Only informal contact with potential suitors - Bayern are the sole club named for definite - has been established.
"There have been enquiries from Bayern as well as others -but only to me. I collect these but there's nothing concrete yet," Brandt's father continued to Sky in Germany.
"Julian hasn't made any decision as to his future yet. He hasn't spoken with any of those responsible at Bayern such as (Karl-Heinz) Rummenigge, (Uli) Hoeness or (Michael) Reschke, nor has he spoken to (Carlo) Ancelotti."
At the age of just 20, Brandt has already established himself as an integral part of Leverkusen's best side. He's played at least some part in 25 of the club's 26 Bundesliga games so far this season and featured in all eight Champions League games before elimination at the round of 16.
Brandt made his senior international debut for Germany last year and is also an Olympic silver medalist after turning out for the Under-23 side in Brazil over the summer.
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