Thomas Muller could potentially make his way out of Bayern Munich if things don’t fall in place before his contract expires.
Thomas Muller revealed that he could be open to seeking another club urging that he is “not fixed” to Bayern Munich. If he walks out of the Allianz Arena, it could resemble Thiago Alcantara’s move to England last year. It has been an honour for Muller to serve the Bavarian giants after starting his professional career back in 2008. The 31-year-old has been a part of the noble achievements of Bayern including the famous Champions League trophy.
Although he still remains to be a crucial organ of Hansi Flick’s squad, Muller has not bolted any door which will show him out of the club. For proving his words, the attacking midfielder refreshed memories to pinpoint Thiago’s move to Liverpool in 2020.
“I’m not fixed to this club,” the Bayern forward told The Times. “I have a special relationship, I love Bayern before I started playing for them, but when there is a situation where you have to decide maybe to play for a different club it would be no shame and no problem at all.
“Maybe like with Thiago [Alcantara, now at Liverpool].”
Let’s analyse why he hints for an exit.
Now, what makes him think that way? Let’s clear the fog to understand the situation. Muller has his contract until 2023 with the German champions. And the head coach still has his faith rested with him alongside Robert Lewandowski to achieve more silverware.
However, according to some reports, Bayern is looking to make a big-purchase for none other than Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Haaland. And believe it or not, the Norwegian’s arrival at Munich will mean the fall of Muller’s reign. So, now we know why the German veteran might be possibly looking for options outside this unfavourable situation.