Song: Bayern is not the only option
By Simon Fudge
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Bayern managing director Uli Holness mentioned this week that they were tracking the 25-year-old, who is currently on loan at Die Bundesliga club Cologne from Premiership side West Ham.
However, Song told the West Ham official website that he has a number of options being offered to him at the moment.
He said: "What more do you want from life? I would be happy to go to Munich and play for honours every week - that is fantastic for players who have ambition.
"But it is not just Bayern. I think there are lots of teams here who want me and I am very happy to know that, but for the moment I am under contract at West Ham.
"I am playing for Cologne and want to play the last nine games there as well, as I have been doing.
"I don't want to think right now what might happen, I will leave that to my agent."
Since January when Song went to Mali to help Cameroon successfully defend their title at the African Cup of Nations, Cologne have fallen into the bottom of Die Bundesliga table.
Song added: "That is my ambition (to keep Cologne from being relegated).
"I came here and have played very well. I scored in the last minute of the semi-final of the (German) Cup on Tuesday against Bayer Leverkusen to take it into extra-time, but we lost 3-1.
"I am very happy to be here because I am doing my job, playing every week, and that is what I wanted for a long time.
"We are not in a good situation but I'm just on loan and I have two years left on my contract with West Ham, so we will see what happens."
Song also expressed disappointment at not being a regular at Upton Park, before moving on loan to Germany in December.
He said: "It is difficult to explain to people in my country and to my friends why I didn't play for West Ham, but I respect the manager and everyone even though I wasn't happy."