Carlo Ancelotti has given Thomas Muller’s suitors renewed hope of pulling off a January swoop by admitting the Germany international is unhappy at Bayern Munich. Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal were all credited by SportBild with having made summer enquiries for the 27-year-old who was forced to play second fiddle to Robert Lewandowski last season. Muller was again on the bench as Bayern kicked-off their defence of their Bundesliga title with a 2-0 win at Werder Bremen a fortnight ago, and Ancelotti admits he sympathises with the versatile forward’s current plight. ‘Thomas Müller is fit, in good shape and can play tomorrow. I thank everyone for their opinions but I don’t need any clues,’ said the former Chelsea manager. ‘I speak everyday with Thomas. It’s normal that a player is not happy if he sits on the bench. It was the same with me as player.
Carlo Ancelotti admits Liverpool and Chelsea transfer target Thomas Muller is unhappy at Bayern Munich
Metro | Sep 8