Struth insists that there have been no bids yet, but if the German giants receive a decent offer then they would consider selling.
“Mario has made it clear that his last two seasons have not been idyllic,” Struth said.
“However, it’s also true that no club has come forward with an offer. Bayern have not ruled out a possible transfer, just as we won’t rule out any possible opportunity, to stay or go abroad.”
“There’s still a long way to go until the end of the transfer window, so anything can still happen.”
Off the back of a successful World Cup campaign, many expected Götze to kick on in the league. He was left somewhat out in the cold however, and now may be set for a move abroad.
Götze may not be exactly what we need, but his versatility would be a huge bonus. He is able to play in midfield, in the wide areas, or even as a false 9. Despite his recent problems at Bayern, he is still one of the best young players in the world.
As the report suggests, Götze himself has admitted to being unhappy with life in the Bundesliga. A move abroad could be on the cards, but we’re facing competition from Manchester United.