Bayer Leverkusen do not want to let Javier Hernandez leave.
Bayer Leverkusen sporting director Rudi Voller has shot down claims Javier Hernandez could be sold to Arsenal.
Speaking to Sky Germany, reported by Tuttomercatoweb, Voller responded specifically to the reports.
He said: "We're not interested in selling Hernandez neither Arsenal nor to any other team in January."
The Star claimed in late December that Arsenal were plotting to sign the Mexican, who has been in prolific form since moving the the Bundesliga.
Manchester United sold Hernandez on deadline day, and he has not looked back. He has won back to back player of the month awards, and is scoring at a rate of nearly a goal per game.
He is proven in the Premier League, and rival sides clearly missed a trick in offering United money to sell him.
He would have made a superb signing for Arsenal, either in the summer, and perhaps would have been a better option than Danny Welbeck a year ago, but at present, Leverkusen have no intention of letting him leave.