Xherdan Shaqiri says he is feeling unsettled at the Allianz Arena and admits that he may have to look elsewhere in order to get more playing time.
The 22-year-old winger has voiced his dismay with a lack of regular first-team action at Bayern and has hinted that he may be interested in a move to England.
The Swiss international started just 10 Bundesliga games in 2013-14 and he has made it clear to the club that if the situation doesn’t show signs of improving that he might have to move away from Munich.
The former Basel player told 20 Minuten: "It's clear that I cannot continue like this. If nothing changes, I will have to make some changes myself...".
"I want to play in the important games as well and not just in the Bundesliga.I don't want to go through another year like this.
"I only want to play for a major club. The Champions League is important to me. We will see what happens.
"England would be an option. If I were to leave Bayern, it will be for a foreign club. But it will have to be a club challenging for the title."
Shaqiri has a contract with Bayern until June 2016, however, both Liverpool and Manchester United have shown an interest in the talented youngster.
With a fierce left foot and blistering pace, Shaqiri has the talent to make a serious impact in the Premier League.
The last two seasons have seen some truly sparkling form from both Frank Ribery and Arjen Robben, who have held down the left and right wing spots respectively, and Bayern could be tempted to sell if they receive a bid of around the €20 million.
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