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Brandt had also been subject to an approach from Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich but stayed put- something he now intends to do beyond the summer.
The 21-year-old winger was a prime target for Jurgen Klopp, but the £25million-rated Brandt was not receptive to the interest and last month told Liverpool he had made a decision to stay in the Bundesliga.
Reports surfaced in April linking the talented winger, who has two-years remaining on his contract at the BayArena - with a move to the Allianz Arena.
"My gut feeling and my head are telling me the time to move has not arrived yet. I have to straighten things out in Leverkusen", Brandt told Kicker.
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The Bayer Leverkusen winger did not want to take the "risk" of not playing first-team football in the season before a World Cup.
Julian Brandt helped Leverkusen reach the knockout phase of the Champ-ions League last season.
"Of course, there are players who say a year without European football before the World Cup is good reason to move".
Brandt, who has previously been linked with a move to Liverpool, is now on global duty with Germany at the Confederations Cup as he looks to stake his claim for a place on the plane to Russian Federation next summer.
Bayern's technical director Michael Reschke signed the German global from Wolfsburg while in charge of Leverkusen's transfers in 2014.