Manchester United target Thomas Muller has revealed that he is not happy with his current situation at Bayern Munich.

The German has been subject to interest from Man United on several occasions and reportedly rejected a series of bids from the club during Louis van Gaal‘s time as manager.

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.

Leo is a regular contributor to The Peoples Person's match day coverage and is still mourning the loss of Danny Welbeck to Arsenal.