Thomas Müller is equal to four superstars of Bayern, whose contracts expire in summer 2023. The speculation for a possible farewell of the club-proliferation is therefore considered for weeks. Rumors, with which the Munich club president Herbert Hainer cleaned up now in a TV interview.
Next to Thomas Müller are also World Footballer Robert Lewandowski, Captain Manuel New and Offensive Man Serge Gnabry in front of an uncertain future at Bayern. Currently, the working papers of the Quartet end at the German record champion after the season 2022/23.
Most recently, it was always said that the talks would stick to the quartet partly demand enormous salaries and therefore farewell to be an option.
President Herbert Hainer insured in the interview in “Br Television”, however, that the negotiations with all relevant parties in the background would continue away from the public perception: “Now we focus on the Muniching successes and that we all in dry cloths Bring. But our Muniching line always leads talks, “said Hainer in front of the important Champions League game of the Munich on Tuesday evening against FC Villarreal.
Especially with the Personalie Thomas Müller, the 67-year-old emphasized optimistic that it will soon come to an agreement with the regular and deputy team captain of Bayern.
Müller in front of elevent championship with FC Bayern
“I am firmly convinced that Thomas Müller belongs to Bavaria like the Frauenkirche to Munich. Thomas Müller is a symbol of our team. He has made his entire professional career with us and I am convinced that he also invites his career Let us end, “said Hainer Unwundunden.
He raised the importance of the 110-color national player for the entire club once again. The 32-year-old is “always able to identify the difference. Both on the square and next to the square.”
Thomas Müller has completed 411 Bundesliga encounters since his debut for the professionals of FC Bayern, in which he achieved 136 goals. In the current season, he can win his tenth German championship in a row with the German industry prime and his eleventh overall.