Thomas Müller does not necessarily see his future at Bayern Munich. "There has been a trend in the past five games that does not make me happy, and if the coaching staff only sees me as the substitute in the future, I have to worry about that, I'm just too ambitious," he said 30-year-old the "kicker".
The "Sport Bild" had previously reported that the former national player allegedly thinking about leaving the German record champions. It has been "wild speculation" in recent days, so Müller: "I will not participate in this." And then fueled even the speculation.
With his current situation at Bayern he was "absolutely not" satisfied. "I'm just 30 years old, fit and hungry for success - with the club, but also personally, I'm convinced that I can help the team with my skills on the pitch," said Müller. He will not let up in the competition.
From the statements of coach Niko Kovac he was "naturally surprised". "But I'm not so sensitive to such a thing - there was already a four-way talk with the coach, so the story was cleared for me," said Müller. The development but he had "not expected".
Müller missed five times in a row in the starting eleven and brought it in this season so far only on 450 competitive minutes. His contract in Munich runs until 2021. Müller plays since the D-Youth for Bayern. "Now it's all about putting the focus back on the sporty in order to make the next few weeks with FC Bayern successful," he said.