Manchester United target Thomas Muller has revealed that he is not happy with his current situation at Bayern Munich.
Muller, who signed a new contract with Bayern back in 2015, has made 13 Bundesliga appearances this season, often playing second fiddle to Robert Lewandowski.
And the 27-year-old, speaking after Bayern’s 3-0 win over Leipzig, made it clear that he was not satisfied with the amount of game-time he was receiving under Carlo Ancelotti.
“The last game against Leipzig was not optimal for me personally, since I did not play,” Muller said.
“There was more space than in the games before. It was a game I could have enjoyed.
“Of course, I’m not sitting there with a grin on the bench.”
Muller has indeed won every conceivable honour during his eight year stint at Bayern, claiming 11 major honours in total. And a new challenge could indeed tempt the German away from a growingly cold predicament in Munich.
At the age of just 27 Muller – something of a polymath at No.9, capable of running the channels, neat interplay and, of course, scoring on a regular basis – still has plenty to offer, and he could prove to be the ideal partner for Marcus Rashford once Zlatan Ibrahimovic decides to call time on his career.