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Thomas Muller has admitted that he might leave Bayern Munich if the coaching staff sees him as a substitute.
The 30-year-old has scored one goal and assisted 4 times in 10 appearances so far during this season for the Bundesliga side.
Recently Niko Kovac said: “When we’re short of options, he’ll certainly get his chance.” (via DW)
And as a response to that Muller told Kicker: “When I heard about that statement of course I was surprised. But I’m not sensitive with such things. I already had a chat with the manager and for me everything’s okay now.
“Of course the new signings increased the competition in my best position but that’s not the problem. That’s not what it’s all about. A manager has to make difficult decisions ahead of every game. But in the recent five games there has been a trend that doesn’t make me happy.
“If the coaching staff see me as a sub in the future, I will have to think about my situation. I’m too ambitious to not do that.”