Bayern Munich executive manager Uli Hoeness has confirmed that Jan Schlaudraff can leave the club in the summer.
The Germany international has struggled during his first season at the Allianz Arena since joining from Aachen last summer.
Schlaudraff has failed to start a single match for Bayern this campaign and has only made five Bundesliga appearances as a substitute.
The 24-year-old forward has now enquired about his future prospects at the club and has been told he can leave despite holding a contract through to 2009.
"Jan has asked us to let him leave the club and we have decided to grant him his wish," Hoeness told tz.
Dortmund, Stuttgart and Hertha have all reportedly enquired about Schlaudraff during the season, but press reports claim that Hannover 96 are favourites to capture his signature.