Bayern Munich's general manager Uli Hoeness has stated that Owen Hargreaves will not leave the club during the January transfer window
Hoeness insists that Hargreaves "will definitely not be leaving this winter. Beyond that, we will see".
Earlier this week, club president Franz Beckenbauer claimed Bayern would listen to a 30 million euro (£20million) offer for the player.
He said: "We are currently building a team and at some time the question will arise as to whether Owen is indispensable. In any case, we have all the trump cards in our hands."
Rather than selling, Hoeness is more interested in buying at present having completed a deal to bring Germany talent Jan Schlaudraff from Alemannia Aachen to Bavaria for next season.
Hoeness has vowed that Bayern will soon recapture their old clout in the transfer market after losing key men like Michael Ballack recently.
"We have lost six really strong players recently and have only partly replaced them," he added. "In the next transfer period, we will catch up.
"We have a few things already planned with one transfer almost completed, and the others are proceeding well."