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Bayern not eyeing Sami Khedira swoop

Bayern Munich head coach Pep Guardiola has said his side is ready to continue their pre-season preparations over in the US against Chivas and an MLS All Stars team.

Bayern Munich chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has denied Spanish media reports the German champions are seeking to sign Sami Khedira.

Arsenal gunning for Sami Khedira?
- Chivas set for another Guardiola test
- Reus wants to stay with Dortmund

Khedira, 27, has been linked to both Arsenal and Chelsea, but according to Marca, the World Cup winner has been advised by Bayern to see out the remaining year of his contract in the Spanish capital before moving to the Allianz Arena.

However, Rummenigge, who has been unable to join Bayern's preseason tour of the USA due to a visa problem, denied any move was being made for the Germany international.

"That is pure speculation," Rummenigge told the dpa press agency.

Sami Khedira was part of Germany's triumphant World Cup squad.

Khedira was in Germany on Wednesday to see a stadium in his home town of Fellbach, near Stuttgart, named in his honour.

More than 1,000 fans turned out to see the former Stuttgart midfielder, who was part of Joachim Low's squad that triumphed in Brazil.

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