Bayern Munich forward Thomas Muller has poured cold water on speculations linking him with a summer exit from Alianz Arena.
The Germany international expressed unhappiness with his status in the team soon after the season ended, after Jupp Heynckess left him out of the starting line-up in several high-profile matches.
The 22-year-old was subsequently linked with a number of Europe’s top clubs, but it appears that he won’t be moving cubs after all.
The player, who is still on holiday following his participation at the European Championship, revealed that he didn’t want to leave Bayern this summer.
“Anyone who knows me knows that Bayern are my club,” Muller said to Bild.
“I am not the type of player who would sit out his contract if my situation would be unsatisfactory for the club and myself.
”But I absolutely don’t want to leave under present conditions. I am a Bayern player through and through.”
Muller enjoyed another successful season on personal level, having scored 7 goals and produced 12 assists in 34 Bundesliga games, but his club ended the season trophy-less after losing the Champions League and DFB Pokal finals.
The European Championship also proved to be a major disappointment, seeing that Germany were eliminated in the semi-finals.