Bayern Munich’s Thomas Muller hints at move after Euro 2012
BAYERN Munich and Germany forward Thomas Muller has hinted he could be persuaded to leave the club this summer.
The disappointment of losing the Champions League final on penalties against Chelsea, and finishing second to Borussia Dortmund and losing the DFB-Pokal to the Westphalians still rankles with the 22-year-old.
Furthermore, Muller often found himself sitting on the substitutes' bench at Bayern last season and his love of the club appears to be waning.
With Inter Milan reported to be showing an interest, Muller is beginning to consider a future outside Bavaria.
"Fundamentally, everybody knows that not only do I wear the Bayern Munich emblem on my shirt, but Bayern will always be my club," he said.
"I am therefore not forced to think about leaving. But the situation at the moment does not particularly make me say that I would not listen (to offers)."
Muller, who is contracted to Bayern until 2015, says he is not considering his future at the moment anyway as there are more pressing matters.
"I am here to play at the European Championships and that is the one and only thing I am concentrating on," he told Germany's Sport Bild magazine.