Thomas Muller has admitted that he could leave Bayern Munich this summer after 20 years with the club.
Since joining Bayern’s youth system in 2000, Muller has gone on to make 510 appearances for the Bundesliga giants.
Despite helping the club to eight league titles, five German Cups and a Champions League triumph, the former Germany international has seen opportunities at the Allianz Arena diminish over the last couple of seasons.
Reports in Germany linked the 30-year-old with a move to Manchester United in October after he started just four of Bayern’s first ten league games under Niko Kovac.
And although he has seen more game-time since Kovac was replaced by Hansi Flick, Muller said that his long-term future with the club is still uncertain.
“My focus is exclusively on being successful this season,” he told Sport1 .
“What will happen in the summer, I will talk to the club and consider my options.
Then let’s see in which direction things will go.”
After managing six goals in 32 Bundesliga games for Bayern last season, Muller has found the net twice in 17 league outings this term while providing 11 assists.
He has also scored twice in the Champions League as the German giants won all six of their Group Stage games.
The midfielder is currently under contract with Bayern until the summer of 2021 and did not rule out extending his stay with the German champions.
When asked about the possibility of a new contract at the Allianz Arena, he added: “With such a thing, all parties have to put their arguments in the pot.
“Let’s see if you can make an agreement there. You just have to compare what all parties want.”
Defending champions Bayern are currently third in the Bundesliga, four points behind leaders RB Leipzig, and travel to Hertha Berlin on Saturday.