Bayern Munich president Franz Beckenbauer has indicated the club are willing to loan out German international Sebastian Deisler to enable him tpo get some first team action under his belt.

Deisler is said to be growing frustrated with his role at Bayern and Beckenbauer advised the player to seek out a loan move if that was the case.

“There is no point in him making cameo appearances,” Beckenbauer said Wednesday. “If he thinks he is not playing enough then he needs to go somewhere else where he can get regular first team football.

“He has a contract at Bayern so it is up to him to decide.”

Deisler was admitted to the Max-Planck-Institute for Psychiatry in Munich in November 2003 and missed the rest of the season and the 2004 European championships in Portugal through depression.

In October 2004 Deisler suffered a relapse and although he has subsequently returned to the Bayern squad he has barely figured in the first team.

“I am not very patient perhaps that is my problem,” admitted Deisler.