Bayern Munich will only allow Thiago Alcantara leave the club if they receive an offer from any club of at least €30 million, this is according to Sporting Blid.

Currently, The Balvarian giant[Bayern] are yet to receive any offer from any club as they look to cash in on the player[Thiago] who could leave the club next year on a free as it seem he won’t be extending his contract with the club.

The English League Winners Liverpool have shown interest in signing the 29-year-old Spanish midfielder, who have just a year remaining on his contract.

Thiago Alcantara joined Bayern Munich in 2013 from the Spanish giant Barcelona for €25 million on a four year deal, he later extended his contract last year to 2021.

He have been with the Bavarians club for seven years making 150 appearances, scoring 17 goals and winning the German Bundesliga titles seven years in a roll.

Earlier this month report where circulating about Thiago Alcantara wanting to leave the Balvarians because he wants a new challenge.

Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge stated last week that the Spaniard has asked to leave: “Some time ago, he told us that he would like to do something new before his career ends. To this date, we have not been in contact with any club about him. I don’t know if Thiago has talked to a potential new club himself.” He concluded.