Thomas Muller discusses Manchester United interest: ‘No one is worth €100m’

Thomas Muller discusses Manchester United interest: ‘No one is worth €100m’

Thomas Muller is relaxed about his future despite speculation linking him with a move to Manchester United.

Man United are in desperate need of a striker and reportedly lodged a big money bid for Muller earlier this month.

The German worked under Louis van Gaal from 2009 until 2011 at Bayern Munich and the two are said to remain close.

Muller, however, laughed off some of the figures being thrown around with regards to a possible move to United.

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“It’s basically crazy the numbers which are currently kicking around in football — that’s just business,” he said.

“No one is €100m, it’s just a trade figure, so I am quite relaxed about the whole thing.”

It is no secret that United are thin on strikers with Wayne Rooney and Javier Hernandez the only two players who have proven themselves in the Premier League in that position. James Wilson is yet to get a run of games and Adnan Januzaj is not an out-and-out forward.

Having lost out on Pedro to Chelsea, United will have to reconsider their options and quick if they are to mount a Premier League title challenge this term.

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