Müller wants to continue playing for the national team.
Bayern Munich’s Thomas Müller has ruled out resigning from the German national soccer team after the World Cup debacle. After the preliminary round in Qatar, he “was thinking. I was also in contact with Hansi (Flick, editor’s note). As long as I’m a professional, I’m always available when I’m needed. The national coach has to decide when, if and how,” said the 33-year-old on Monday at the record champions’ training camp in Qatar.
“We must and want to be able to play successful football again. It’s less about individual personalities. The coach has many options, there are many young players,” adds the 121-time international. He was “relaxed, but absolutely there when the coach needs me”.
You have to “deal” with all the frustration after the disastrous course of the World Cup for the DFB-Elf. It’s about “converting the pain into energy,” says Müller: “You can ask us to look ahead again.” (AFP)