Thomas Müller stated in an interview that it would be at least theoretically conceivable for him to leave FC Bayern Munich one day – just as Thiago did last summer.
“I’m not committed to this club. I have a special relationship with him. I loved Bayern before I started playing for them,” said Müller Times and explained: “But if there is a situation where you have to decide whether to play for another club, that would be no shame and no problem at all. Maybe like with Thiago.”
The Spaniard moved to Liverpool last summer after seven years with Bayern. However, it is currently unlikely that Müller will do the same in the near future and also leave Munich.
The 31-year-old attacking player finally extended his contract to 2023 in April last year and is an indispensable key player for the record champions under Hansi Flick. There were solid speculations in 2019 about Müller’s departure when he had lost his regular seat under the then coach Niko Kovac and Manchester United was traded as an interested party.
Such mind games have long since been shelved. Müller joined the FC Bayern youth team at the age of ten and made his debut for the pros when he was 18. Since then, he has scored 212 goals in 571 competitive games for Munich.