Goetze open to move

2014-09-12 14:05
Mario Goetze celebrates after scoring the winner (AFP)

Cape Town - Top clubs around Europe have been placed on alert after World Cup final goal-scoring hereo Mario Goetze confirmed that he would be open to a move away from Germany.

According to the Daily Mail, Bayern Munich may not be able to count on Mario Gotze for the rest of his career.

The German World Cup winning midfielder has placed on record that he may, in the future, be tempted by a move outside of Germany.

Having played his entire career in Germany, the midfield sensation's comments will place Europe's top clubs on alert.

"I am very happy to play for Bayern and Germany... but I could play for another 14 years and going abroad would be nice." said Goetze to Bild.

"A new country might be tempting for someone with my personality, but I have not seen much yet.

Goetze made the move from Dortmund to arch rivals Bayern Munich on a free transfer last summer. 

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