Bayern Munich star Thomas Muller says he is open to return to the German national team. The experienced forward was axed from the team in 2019 by national team manager Joachim Low alongside Mats Hummels and Jerome Boateng as the German boss wanted to rejuvenate the national team. After a series of poor results there have been calls for Muller to return to the team and the Bayern star is open to the idea of returning to the team.
Germany were trashed 6-0 by Spain the Nations League and many pundits in Germany have urged Low to consider recalling Muller. The Bayern midfielder has earned 100 caps for Germany and he helped the team win the World Cup in 2014 in Brazil. In 2019 Low decided to leave Muller and two other internationals out of his future team as he wanted to bring in younger players.
Muller admitted he was hurt when he saw the 6-0 trashing against Spain and then also admitted he would be keen on returning to the team. “That certainly hurts. Of course, you suffer for your team-mates in the club, with the players you know, with whom you have played – and also a little with the spectators. As I said, none of us (he, Boateng and Hummels, the editor) has resigned.”