Thomas Müller from FC Bayern Munich will not end his career after the current season. The 34-year-old announced this decision on Tuesday.
“I definitely want to continue playing for another year beyond 2024. At least that’s my plan. I’m still having fun being on the pitch – I hope you can see that,” said Müller Sports picture.
The German international’s contract expires after this season. According to consistent media reports, the people of Munich also want to extend their contract with the FCB veteran. Discussions should take place in this regard as soon as possible.
Müller is rarely in the starting eleven this season under coach Thomas Tuchel. Nevertheless, the offensive player has appeared in 14 competitive games so far, in which he contributed two goals and five assists.
“It’s clear that it annoys me when I’m not on the pitch,” said Müller, but also showed understanding: “We currently have an almost oversupply of quality players on offense. Everyone has to swallow that sometimes.”
The 2014 world champion has been playing for Bayern for 23 years. He has so far played 768 competitive games for the German record champions’ professionals. Müller’s yield: 279 goals and 266 assists.
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