Allianz Arena giants want either Anfield or Emirate cast-offs.
Bayern Munich are contemplating making bids for either Liverpool’s David N’Gog or Arsenal’s Nicklas Bentnder after striker Ivica Olic injured himself last weekend.
The 31-year-old was sidelined for nine months last season with a knee problem but will now be out for up to two months with a hip injury.
The Croatia international was hurt scoring the final goal in Saturday’s 5-0 win against Hamburg after coming on as a substitute.
Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge says Olic’s injury has left Bayern with only two healthy strikers and “we will see if we have to do anything.”
The Bundesliga giants will now make inquiries into the Premier League duo, who are both available for the right price.
N’gog, 22, has been a target for both Sunderland and Bolton this summer but neither club has matched Liverpool’s £5million valuation for the Frenchman.
It is a similar story with Bendtner, who has attracted interest from Germany, Portugal and Turkey as well as the Premier League.
No club seems willing to match his £10million price tag as well as high wages, but this will not be a problem for Bayern.