​Mario Gotze's agent has suggested that his client could still leave the Bundesliga giants this transfer window.

​The World Cup winner has been at the centre of a great deal of speculation this summer after he seemed to indicate that there had been a breakdown in communication between himself and manager Pep Guardiola.

Gotze, after Bayern's 1-0 win over Real Madrid, quickly moved to dismiss such talk, but cryptically said that there were "two sides to the coin" in regards to his status at the club.

His agent Volker Struth has further fueled the fire by refusing to rule out a move away for the Germany international.

"Mario has hinted that his situation at Bayern in the last two seasons has not been ideal," Struth told Tuttosport (h/t ​Goal). "But it is also true that until now no club has come forward with an economic proposal.

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"Bayern has rejected talk of a possible transfer, though we don't want to say there is no chance of staying or going abroad.

"Still there is time before the close of the market, so anything can still happen."

Gotze has been linked with a move to Juventus as the Italians search for a number ten, having been rebuffed several times while pursuing Schalke's Julian Draxler.