Bayern to 'seriously consider' Hargreaves offer
Owen Hargreaves will shortly talk to Bayern Munich about his future after the club's president, Franz Beckenbauer, admitted for the first time that the England midfielder could join Manchester United this summer if the price is right.
Hargreaves may have played his last game in the Champions League for Bayern last night as the German side lost their quarter-final tie against AC Milan.
His future could be settled one way or the other this summer and the England midfielder, 26, told Sky Sports: 'I will sit down with them and we will discuss how my future looks.'
Speaking on Premiere television just a few hours before Bayern's 2-0 defeat to AC Milan, Beckenbauer said: 'If it is right that there is an offer of €25-30million (£17-£20million) for Hargreaves, then I would seriously consider it.
'I think the board also think this way to satisfy the needs of the player.'
Hargreaves has been a long-standing United target, but the Bavarians have resolutely refused to deal with the Premiership leaders.
They believe Hargreaves should honour the four-year contract he signed last summer.