Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge insists Mario Gotze's contract does not carry a buyout clause.

The Borussia Dortmund midfielder is moving to Bayern at the end of this season, despite it emerging that Manchester City had offered him £330,000-a-week to move to England.

Reacting to the City interest, Rummenigge insists there's no buyout clause in Gotze's deal the Premier League giants could in the future meet.

"No, a get-out clause as in Dortmund, is not in Munich," Rummenigge told BILD', "although it has been attempted to negotiate this in the contract. But one of us has rejected it."