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Robert Huth has stated that he is prepared to leave Chelsea after finding a first team place hard to come by under Jose Mourinho.
The German stopper revealed that the Blues boss was reluctant to allow him to depart in the January transfer window, although now seems intent on furthering his career away from Stamford Bridge.
Newcastle United and Bayern Munich have both been credited with an interest in the 20-year-old, who has made an open declaration that he is angling for a move.
Bayern Munich have confirmed they want to sign Chelsea defender Robert Huth at the end of the season.
Huth is a target for the Bavarian giants after failing to establish himself as a regular in the plans of Blues boss Jose Mourinho.
The centre half recently admitted he is open to offers after conceding he wants to boost his international prospects.
Bayern Munich managing director Uli Hoeness has admitted the German giants will only be able to sign Chelsea's Robert Huth on loan.
Bayern have made the powerful centre back one of their top summer targets and recently made an enquiry to Stamford Bridge in a bid to sign the 20-year-old.
Although Huth is frustrated with a lack of first team football in London and is keen to press his claims for a place in Jurgen Klinsmann's World Cup squad, Jose Mourinho has no intention of allowing the youngster to leave permanently.
Bayern Munich target Robert Huth insists he is happy to fight for his place at Chelsea.
Huth has been the subject of firm interest from Bayern, with the German giants keen on signing him in the summer.
The 20-year-old is well down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge and Bayern hope to lure him away with the promise of regular first team football.