Bayern icon Thomas Müller is not yet thinking about saying goodbye despite his contract expiring


Bayern Munich icon and German international Thomas Müller is not thinking about quitting yet, despite his contract with the Rekordmeister expiring at the end of this season. “I would really like to do another season,” he told Sport Bild on Tuesday. “I’m still having fun on the field and I hope you can see that too.”


The now 34-year-old Müller joined the Bavarian youth academy in 2000 and made his debut for the first team in 2008. During his professional career he never played for another club. With Bayern he won everything there was to win, including trebles in 2013 and 2020. In 470 official matches for the club, he scored 164 goals and provided 161 assists.

It is expected that discussions regarding a contract extension will be initiated in the coming weeks. Goalkeeper Manuel Neuer could also sign for the Allianz Arena. “Thomas is a club icon. There will never be anyone like him again,” Bayern chairman Herbert Hainer recently said. “He knows we all appreciate him very much.”

At Bayern and Germany, Müller is no longer always certain of a starting place. However, he is still being called up for the Mannschaft and there is a chance that he will be present at the European Championships in his own country next year, fourteen years after his debut for the German national team, with which he played at the World Cup in South Africa in 2010. Africa completed its first major tournament and won the world title in Brazil four years later. In 125 caps for his country he scored 45 goals.

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