Bayern Munich re-signed Sandro Wagner when the striker left Hoffenheim and returned to the Allianz Arena in January 2018.

This season, the German has not been preferred by Niko Kovac and has made only one start in the league, while he has six more substitute appearances from the bench.

With limited playing time with the Bundesliga winners, Bild claims the 31-year-old will leave the Bavarian club and move to China.

Before he decided to move to the Far East, it’s claimed the player was drawing attracting from other clubs, including from West Ham United in England.

Recently, the Hammers made contact to see if there was any possibility of landing him in the mid-season transfer window.

However, Wagner ‘rejected’ the request from Manuel Pellegrini’s side, and also other clubs, and is now set to make a switch to the Chinese Super League.

Wagner is expected to join Tianjin Teda where he will play under his compatriot Uli Stielike.