Muller: I considered leaving Bayern for Man Utd

Kristopher Nichols
September 13, 2017

This was confirmed by the remarks of club legend Stefan Effenberg, who stated: "On the one hand, he's attacked the philosophy of the club, Uli Hoeness has already said several times that they will not spend totals by €100 million or €150 million".

In an interview with Spiegel Online, Polish striker Robert Lewandowski spoke candidly about Bayern's transfer policy and about the current state of modern football.

Lewandowski, 29, demanded Bayern sign more world-class players to compete with the world's elite. "In worldwide football that has long become more of an average than a peak price". The Polish global further said, "if you want to compete at the top, you need to have these quality players".

Muller was subsequently criticised for the comments by Bayern chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, but the 27-year-old academy product says he is committed to the Bundesliga champions, while also leaving the door slightly ajar for a potential exit at some point.

"I am sorry for what Lewandowski said".

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"I didn't have to think about it a great deal after Bayern said we are counting on you and that you are an important man for us".

Translation: "I can keep you here until 2021 if I feel like it, even if you want to leave, and there's nothing you can do about it".

James Rodriguez's two-year loan from Real Madrid was the only significant bit of business done, along with the arrival of Corentin Tolisso from Lyon for £37.35m, with Lewandowski imploring his employers to do something drastic to attract better players and improve.

Bayern face Anderlect this week as they begin another challenge for the Champions League, having rested some players for the Hoffenheim defeat. "I considered the move and said that I would love to move to Bayern", he said.

"Whoever publicly criticises the club or his team-mates will get in trouble with me personally".

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