Mario Mandzukic heading to Premier League after Bayern snub?

Bayern Munich's Mario Mandzukic celebrates a goal against Schalke on September 21, 2013
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Bayern Munich striker Mario Mandzukic is to leave the club after being named on the substitutes' bench in tonight's game against Stuttgart, according to reports.

Bayern Munich striker Mario Mandzukic will be on his way to the Premier League after being named on the substitutes' bench in tonight's Bundesliga game against Stuttgart, according to reports.

Pep Guardiola has reportedly been unhappy with Mandzukic's efforts in training, and while the Spaniard said that the 27-year-old trained "OK" during the week, he has only been named amongst the substitutes for the Stuttgart match.

Mandzukic may have taken this as a sign that he is no longer wanted in Bavaria, according to The Express.

Bayern president Franz Beckenbauer is also alleged to have said: "Mandzukic can pack his bags. I don't think Mandzukic suits Pep Guardiola's style."

Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea are reportedly interested in the Croatian striker.

Bayern's Mario Mandzukic celebrates after scoring his team's opening goal against Hertha Berlin on October 26, 2013
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