Papiss Demba Cisse has admitted that he wants to stay in the Bundelsiga next season, though the striker, who is a long standing transfer target for Liverpool, has revealed he is interested in moving to England as well.
Cisse has scored eight goals in 14 appearances for Freiburg so far this season, and is attracting attention from numerous clubs around Europe as a result.
The 26 year old has said in the past that his dream club to play for would be Liverpool, but a move during the summer for Cisse never eventuated.
"Liverpool is a dream club. Salif Diao and El Hadji Diouf have played there. But to be honest I am happy here at the moment," he said in March of this year. "But you never know in football. Things can develop quickly."
And now, with Bayern Munich being strongly linked to the star, he has said that he is considering whether to stay in Germany or make the move to England.
"I am very happy to stay in the Bundesliga, but English clubs are also still interested in me," the Senegal international told Sky Sports.
And Cisse's agent also alluded to a possible move away from Freiburg, hinting that a January deal is very possible, despite his commitments to the Africa Cup of Nations at the time.
"Papiss is fully motivated playing for Freiburg and he has his mind on fighting the drop as well as keen to play at the Africa Cup Of Nations this January," Guido Nickolay told Bild.
"Bayern Munich could however buy him this January and let him see out the season with Freiburg then. Of course, this is just theory."
Liverpool have spent over £100 million on bringing in new players this season, and have reportedly given Kenny Dalglish another big budget as the Merseyside club aim to challenge for trophies once more.
And with the fight for a Champions League spot looking tougher than ever, as Tottenham and Arsenal challenge Liverpool alongside Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City, the Reds might decide to aim for more striking power in the next window.
Luis Suarez has been on fire for the club this year, but Andy Carroll is yet to fully deliver on his record-breaking £35 million fee. The England international has scored just three goals in 14 appearances for Liverpool this season, and though he is showing potential, with his young age Dalglish may go for a player who can bridge the gap while Carroll continues to develop.