The future of James Rodriguez remains in the hands of parent club Real Madrid, according to German club’s president Uli Hoeness.
Real Madrid look less likely to recall Rodriguez to the Santiago Bernabeu, but Bayern Munich president Hoeness confirmed that the situation remains unresolved.
"The option to confirm remains open until mid-May.
"If we execute the option to buy him, then he will stay, but it all depends on whether or not Kovac wants to sign him."
Serie A giants Juventus are still in the race for James, according to Calcio Mercato.
Juventus are reflecting on the situation of the playmaker, whose father recently stated that he would surely fit into the plans of Juve boss Massimiliano Allegri.