Where could Thomas Muller end up?

Bayern Munich’s Thomas Muller has admitted that he could leave the German giants if his current standing as a substitute player doesn’t change.

Muller has been a great servant for Bayern during his time at the club.

The German has scored a whopping 186 goals and assisted 171 in 495 appearances.

He’s also been a pivotal player for the German national team in that time.

Though, it’s not been great for him recently.

Germany manager Joachim Löw decided not long ago that Muller would not be called up to the national team anymore.

Now, he’s become somewhat of a substitute player at Bayern Munich.

As a result, Muller has admitted he’s not happy with the situation.

Thomas Muller red card

AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS – DECEMBER 12: Thomas Mueller of Bayern Munich is shown a red card during the UEFA Champions League Group E match between Ajax and FC Bayern Muenchen at Johan Cruyff Arena on December 12, 2018 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)

‘I’m just too ambitious for that’

Speaking to Kicker, Muller admitted that he isn’t happy to be on the bench and is ‘firmly convinced’ he could help if he was on the pitch.

Muller also claimed that if he’s only seen as a substitute, he’ll have to consider leaving because he’s ‘just too ambitious for that’.

‘I’m absolutely not (satisfied with the situation)’, he explained.

‘I am just 30 years old, fit and hungry for success – with the club, but also personally. I am firmly convinced that I can help the team on the pitch.’ 

‘A coach has to make difficult decisions before each game. However, the trend in the past five games does not make me happy. 

‘If the coaching team only sees me in the role of a substitute player in the future, I have to think about it. I’m just too ambitious for that.’ 

Xherdan Shaqiri admits to being ‘dissatisfied’ with Liverpool role

Liverpool’s name has been thrown into the hat regarding Thomas Muller in the past.

Though, former Bayern Munich star Xherdan Shaqiri isn’t too happy with his role at the Reds either.

Click here to see what he had to say about his Liverpool role.