Bayern Munich midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger has not ruled out a switch away from Germany. The midfielder enjoyed a fine World Cup showing with Germany this summer, fuelling rumours of growing interest in his services.
"There are always a few offers, but I have a contract with Bayern until 2012 and I respect the contract and the club," he told Bild am Sonntag.
Schweinsteiger confirmed he has considered his future, but said: "I know that there is something great at Bayern. We didn't reach the UEFA Champions League final without good reason - and to win it is my ambition."
Asked if he would consider moving on to achieve that goal, he said: "To end this talk I will just say that I am not married to Bayern.
"The Bundesliga is great, and has become more important, but if I were to move on then, of course, the idea of going abroad is what excites me."