German international striker Miroslav Klose says Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund have made him offers to join them.
The Kaiserslautern forward has also been attracting the attention of some of Europe’s bigger clubs with Manchester United and Juventus rumoured inetrestedin signing a player who came to global prominence a lat summer’s World Cup finals.
Klose scored scored five goals during the 2002 World Cup, helping Germany to the runners-up spot.
Klose seems set to be sold to help ease the Bundesliga club’s financial difficulties.
“I’ve currently had two offers from Bayern and Dortmund,” said the striker.
“I’ll have talks with Rene Jaggi (Kaiserslautern president) next week, after whichwe’ll see things more clearly. Everything else is just speculation.”