Bastien Schweinsteiger has admitted he could leave Bayern Munich, alerting a host of clubs to the possibility of signing him.
The World Cup winner, who has spent his entire career at Bayern, is out of contract at the end of next season and for the first time his open to the possibility of moving abroad, the Spanish press suggest while quoting Schweinsteiger’s yet-to-be-published autobiography.
Chelsea and Manchester United have been admirers of Schweinsteiger for some time and both clubs have attempted to sign him and recent suitors include PSG, Real Madrid, Manchester City and Barcelona. There is no suggestion Bayern will be selling the 30-year old, but it appears he is closer thane ever before to leaving the five time European Champions.
Bastien Schweinsteiger has won 7 Bundesliga titles and one Champions League at Bayern Munich and won the World Cup for Germany last summer. He is perhaps best remembered by Chelsea fans for missing the penultimate penalty int he 2012 Champions League final.