Germany international goalkeeper Rene Adler could leave Bayer Leverkusen for 20million euros, according to a media report.
SportBild revealed on Wednesday that the goalkeeper has a clause in his current contract that would allow him to leave the BayArena before 2012 should a club be prepared to match the figure, which equates to £15.6million
Adler, who joined Leverkusen as a teenager on a free transfer from VfB Leipzig, made an impressive international debut for his country in Saturday's 2-1 win over Russia.
He is widely expected to be the long-term successor to Oliver Kahn and Jens Lehmann between Germany's posts.
German media speculation claims that Bayern Munich are watching Adler's situation closely following a disappointing start to the season with 24-year-old Michael Rensing in goal.