Thomas Müller is hardly impressed by the current raging dispute between FC Bayern and Robert Lewandowski.
“For me it’s always part of the business somewhere,” said the international after the DFB selection’s 1-1 draw against England in Munich. “As far as the Bundesliga and club football are concerned, it’s the summer slump. It doesn’t hurt if there’s a bit of movement,” Müller explained.
The current media attention to the topic does not bother Müller at all. “I’ve commented on this before, or even twice. But the message remains the same. It doesn’t bother me if the soup keeps cooking. So everything’s fine,” said Müller.
Lewandowski confirmed his desire to leave Bayern this summer this week. “Something has gone out inside me. I want more emotions in my life,” said the striker in the podcast OnetSport. Last night he laid opposite the picture after: “I hope that is not seen as selfishness. I have a contract, but I also tried to make it clear to the club how I feel,” said the Pole.
Lewandowski still has a contract with Bayern until 2023. However, according to media reports, the Polish striker would like to move to Spain to FC Barcelona. The Bayern leadership around Oliver Kahn and Hasan Salihamidzic had previously ruled out a sale in the upcoming summer transfer window.