Boateng, who was a target for Manchester United before the transfer window closed for Premier League clubs, has since been linked with a move to French giants Paris Saint-Germain. And Hoeness has suggested that there is a 50% chance of the centre-back leaving before the end of August.
Boateng rebuffed United's advances earlier this month yet is still keen to leave Bayern after spending the last seven years of his career with the Bavarian giants. The 29-year-old has helped Die Roten win six Bundesliga titles and three German Cups, as well as the Champions League in 2013.
Hoeness has also hinted at the possibility of a loan deal with an option to buy but has also claimed that the folks at Bayern would be happy if the defender stays put.
"I think it’s Paris [Saint-Germain that are interested]. Loaning is only possible if there is an offer to buy next year," he added.
Robert Lewandowski has also been the subject of transfer speculation in recent months. However, Hoeness isn't prepared to entertain the idea of Bayern selling their star forward.
The president admitted that the player's agent did reach out to him, but he's only willing to meet with him after the transfer window closes.
"Robert Lewandowski's agent asked for an appointment with me," he revealed. "I told him that I have a very busy schedule but I can meet him on 2 September."