Manchester United target Thomas Muller has shown concerns in regards to his future at Bayern Munich, boosting the Red Devils’ chances of landing the German star, Guardian reports.
Muller is currently worried at the lack of first team chances he will have with the Bundesliga champions and plans to hold a meeting over his future at the club.
The 24-year-old would be interested in holding talks with Man United if Bayern are unable to assure him that he is an integral part of Pep Guardiola’s lineup.
Although Muller was part of Bayern’s league and cup double this season, the German international feels he is undervalued compared to the other stars in the lineup.
He said: “I have reached the point where I want to know if I am an essential component of the Bayern Munich first XI for the new season and if the club has plans for me.
“That’s why I will be out to have a meeting.”
“I am not the type of guy that says: ‘All right, I have played a good part and will keep my mouth shut and everyone else is able to do with me whatever he wants.’
“As a Munich boy your test at Bayern Munich is always a bit tougher, but we [players from the youth academy] are the grassroots of this club.”
Newly appointed United boss Louis van Gaal has been a keen admirer of the midfielder, giving him his Bayern Munich debut back in 2008.