Thomas Muller’s contract at Bayern Munich has been extended

Thomas Muller, the Bayern Munich midfielder, has extended his contract with the club for another year as he continues to create his legacy at the club.
The new contract means that Thomas Muller, who has spent the majority of his career with Bayern Munich, will stay with the club until at least June 30, 2025.

Since his debut in 2008, the 34-year-old German attacker has made 684 senior appearances for Bayern Munich.

Muller has won the German Bundesliga twelve times, the Champions League three times, the German Supercup eight times, and the German Cup six times.

Bayern president Herbert Hainer stated, “Bayern has been shaped by many people, and there will never again be a player like Thomas Müller.”

The contract extension for Thomas Muller is expected to delight Bayern Munich’s new acquisition, Harry Kane, who is thought to have built a close bond with the great German footballer. According to The Athletic, Kane’s closest buddies at Bayern Munich are Muller and former Manchester City winger Leroy Sane.

Manchester United attempted to sign the Germany international during the winter transfer window, as coach Erik ten Hag is known to be a huge fan of the 34-year-old forward. Unfortunately, the transaction did not go through.

Bayern is presently four points behind league leaders Bayer Leverkusen, with one game in hand. They will play Wolfsburg on Wednesday to match Leverkusen’s total of 15 league games this season.

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