Marc Roca is not considering leaving Bayern München at all, according to his agent.
Marc Roca's agent, Christian Wein, has dismissed speculation that his client could leave Bayern München this summer, less than a year after joining the German champions from Espanyol.
According to Wein, the 24-year-old defensive midfielder is not interested in leaving Munich despite having made just 10 appearances for Bayern so far.
"Neither is Marc playing with idea of leaving FC Bayern, nor have FC Bayern informed us about wanting to let Marc go after the season. A summer transfer is not being considered at all," Wein told Goal and Spox and added:
"Of course, every player wants a lot of playing time. But you have to consider that Marc only came to Munich in October. It would be crazy and unprofessional to discuss a loan right now.
"Besides, Marc is not the type to throw in the towel after just five months. He wants to fight for his place.
"[Joshua] Kimmich, [Leon] Goretzka, [Corentin] Tolisso, Javi Martínez, [David] Alaba — they're not too bad of footballers. Marc knew from the start what he was getting into. He feels very comfortable with the team and in the city" added the agent.