Germany’s rising star Serge Gnabry started Friday his miserable club team-mate Thomas Mueller warrants”more respect” compared to be dropped into the chair at Bayern Munich. “Thomas has attained all, he deserves a bit more respect,” explained Gnabry in a Germany media conference in Dortmund at a dig Bayern head trainer Niko Kovac.
On Wednesday, Mueller told magazine Kicker he’s”unhappy” about beginning the previous five Bayern matches on the seat, amid reports he would like to depart in January.
Usually, players refuse to reply club questions when using the Germany national negative, but Gnabry broke positions by saying”it is difficult to envision that an FCB (Bayern) with no Mueller.”
“What’s clear is that anybody who does not play (quite often) is frustrated,” additional Gnabry, who scored in Germany’s 2-2 draw with Argentina in a friendly on Wednesday.
Kovac has preferred Philippe Coutinho as an attacking midfielder supporting Robert Lewandowski, presenting Mueller with a couple of opportunities to date this year.
Mueller’s opinions will have alerted Europe’s best clubs, such as Manchester United who allegedly bid 100 million euros ($109 million) for him in 2015.
Having combined Bayern as a schoolboy in 2000, Mueller has scored 186 aims in almost 500 matches for Bayern, helping them win the Bundesliga eight occasions along with the 2013 Champions League title.
But he played with only the last half an hour of Saturday’s shock 2-1 defeat at home to Hoffenheim which resulted in Bayern losing top spot from the German league table.