Munich club SNS announcing Thomas Mullen’s contract renewal

Thomas Müller (34), the ‘legendary striker’ of Bayern Munich in the German professional soccer Bundesliga, has extended his contract until June 2025, continuing ’25 years of togetherness’.

Munich announced on its website on the 19th (local time) that “the contract with Müller has been extended until June 2025.”

With this contract extension, Müller has been able to play as a ‘one-club man’ for 25 years since joining the Munich youth team in 2000 when he was 10 years old.

Müller is Munich’s ‘living legend’.

He is a multi-attacker who plays not only as a front-line striker, but also as a shadow striker and attacking midfielder.

He is evaluated as excellent at scoring goals and creating opportunities due to his excellent positioning, linkage play, and stamina.

Even though he is well past his 30s, he still serves as the team’s core offensive resource and is fulfilling his role as a ‘living legend.’

Munich striker Thomas Müller (right)

Müller wore the Munich uniform and played in 684 official games over 16 seasons in the first team, scoring 237 goals and providing 261 assists.

He is second only to Jeff Maier (goalkeeper, 706 games) in the ranking of the most appearances in the Munich club’s history, but with this new contract, there is a greater chance of breaking Maier’s record.

While playing in Munich, Müller won a whopping 32 league titles, including 12 Bundesliga titles, 6 DFB Pokal, 8 DFL Super Cups, 2 UEFA Champions Leagues, 2 UEFA Super Cups, and 2 FIFA Club World Cups. He lifted the winning trophy.

Müller said on the club’s website, “I am happy to continue my journey with Munich. I want to do my part well for the team’s success. It is important to help the team go in the right direction. Not only do I score goals, but I also create opportunities to score goals.” “I want to bring joy to the fans through my role. I want to win more trophies,” he said. 19가이드03