BAYERN MUNICH had a last-minute approach for Mykhailo Mudryk rebuffed by Chelsea last month, according to reports.
The Ukrainian, 23, joined the Blues in a £97million deal from Shakhtar Donetsk in January 2023.
But he has since struggled to leave his mark at Stamford Bridge.
He has been out of favour in recent weeks, however, failing to start any of the Blues’ last five Premier League games.
The German giants required reinforcements on the wing after being hit by Kingsley Coman‘s injury.
He the claimed that Thomas Tuchel‘s side were met by an immediate “no” from Chelsea.
And that the Blues are “happy” with Mudryk.
Bayern eventually decided to bring forward Bryan Zaragoza’s move from Granada.
In December they agreed a deal worth around £12.8million to sign the Spanish international at the end of the season.
Following Coman’s injury, they opted to pay en extra £3.4m to bring forward the move.
Despite their new additions, the reigning champions fell 3-0 to Bayer Leverkusen last weekend.
The result left them trailing Xabi Alonso‘s unbeaten side with just 13 games remaining.