Thomas Müller’s return to the German national team is apparently taking shape. As the picture reported that there had already been telephone contact between the Bayern professional and national coach Joachim Löw.
Löw made it clear to the offensive player that he wanted to bring him back and nominate him for the upcoming European Championship. The EM squad is to be announced next week on May 19th. In April, Löw announced further analyzes of the squad.
DFB director Oliver Bierhoff did not want to comment specifically on the matter on Tuesday: At an EM workshop, he said that “there will be” no intermediate results as far as the nomination is concerned – that is up to the national coach. We’ll make it for a few more days Endure discussion. “
Together with Jerome Boateng and Mats Hummels, Müller was sorted out in March 2019 as a result of the World Cup debacle a year earlier in order to initiate a change with a younger squad. This only succeeded to a limited extent, especially after the 0: 6 clap in Spain last November, the calls for Müller became louder.
The 31-year-old is playing a strong season for FC Bayern and after 44 competitive games he has made 37 goals (15 goals, 22 assists). He has played 100 times for the DFB team (38 goals). His last international match so far was on November 19, 2018 in the Nations League against the Netherlands.
Löw: “Change shouldn’t be broken off completely”
A return of more experienced actors is conceivable, “if I think we still need one or the other percentage point or one or the other energy provider.” Löw promised: “We won’t leave anything out.” The English Times said Müller: “I hope there is a chance that I will be seen at the European Championships.”