Thomas Müller from FC Bayern Munich is apparently facing a contract extension. That reports the picture-Newspaper.
Accordingly, the working paper, which expires in 2023, is to be extended by two years to 2025. There is no talk of changes in salary, Müller is said to be earning around 20 million euros a year.
After FC Bayern’s 3-0 win over Arminia Bielefeld, Müller indicated that his journey with the German record champions was not yet over. “We are in good talks, in good exchange. Both sides want it. I believe that at the end of the day a solution will be found. But how, when, where – you will find out then,” he said.
Also on Sunday, CEO Oliver Kahn took the same line. “I’m very, very confident that we can say something in the relatively short term,” he said Sport1 double pass.
In addition to Müller’s contract, those of Manuel Neuer, Robert Lewandowski and Serge Gnabry also expire in 2023. On Lewandowski, Müller said: “I have no insight into the club’s side or Lewy’s. I love playing with him on the pitch. If you have a player who scores 30-40 goals a year, is a good guy and is too works for the team – you have to find him first.”