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Boateng: No Bayern ultimatum

Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng has dismissed claims that he was given an ultimatum to improve his form or risk being sold.

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Jerome Boateng: Bayern Munich defender says there was no ultimatum

Jerome Boateng: Bayern Munich defender says there was no ultimatum

Former Bayern midfielder Mehmet Scholl recently suggested that Boateng had been ordered to improve his game after an inconsistent 2012/13 season.

The 25-year-old confirmed he has spoken to the club, but is surprised by Scholl's claims that he could have been ditched by the European champions.

"[Scholl's] statement is completely false and I'm amazed by it," Boateng told Sport-BILD weekly.

"Of course, I have had talks with the club. I am always talking to the club.

"But this does not mean I am considering leaving. Also, the club has not issued me with any ultimatum regarding my future."

The centre-half joined Bayern in 2011 from Manchester City after spending just one season with the Premier League club.

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