Bayern Munich midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger has hinted he could leave the Allianz Arena this summer.
The 25-year-old Germany international is set to play a key role for the national team in South Africa after enjoying a solid season with Louis van Gaal's treble chasing side.
Yet he came in for stick from Bayern fans earlier this season when things were not going according to plan and this could prompt a move.
The 25-year-old told Bild newspaper: "It was often the case in the first half of the season that I would misplace a pass in the first 20 minutes and I would be whistled at immediately.
"There were even whistles for me at the annual general meeting and that hurt."
He added: "You never know what happens after a World Cup.
"I am really happy that we played such a good season, but to say now that I will always play for Bayern Munich would be wrong.
"Then if you do actually move, it would be an unfair proclamation to make to the fans."
If he did choose to leave Bayern, Schweinsteiger admitted that the Premier League would be an attractive destination.
He added: "When things were not going well, we were being whistled at immediately in the Allianz Arena, but that sort of thing does not happen in England.
"I would like to have the whole stadium behind us even in difficult times."
Meanwhile, Bayern Munich director of sport Christian Nerlinger is optimistic an agreement will be reached over the extension of Franck Ribery's contract after the Champions League final against Inter Milan on 22nd May.
Ribery's current deal expires in just over 12 months' time and the Bundesliga champions are keen to tie him down to a longer contract to avoid having a host of clubs trying to buy him this summer.
Nerlinger told Sport Bild magazine: "We are in close contact with Franck and we have the impression that he values the situation he is in with Bayern.
"We can see good chances of being able to extend his contract.
"After the (Champions League) final in Madrid, we will sit down and plan for how the team will look next season."