Bayern Munich forward Thomas Muller has claimed that there is no guarantee that he will end his career with the club.
Muller has currently entered his 10th season with the Bavarians and he is just 28 years old. His loyalty to the German outfit has been unparallel as many top European clubs have failed to sign him in the past. These incidents have prompted many to believe that the forward will remain a one-club man.
But Muller has ensured that such might not be the case.
Thomas Muller told Sport1: “It’s hard to look three or four years into the future,
“If things are going well, why should I want to leave?
“But you never know what will happen in the next few years. What are my capabilities? How are the conditions? Do I have the confidence of the coach, or not?”
The 28-year-old has clearly indicated that his stay at Bayern Munich cannot be taken for granted.
So will Manchester United try one more time to sign him?
The Red Devils tried to bring the forward on board in 2015 when Louis Van Gaal was in charge of United. But as per the former Bayern boss, United failed to wrap up that transfer.