Manchester United have proven to be consistent amid a return bid for Thomas Muller as recent reports suggest. Muller was the subject of intense interest from Manchester United over the summer, with CEO Karl-Heinz publicly telling Ed Woodward to stop bidding for Muller as it had become frustrating.
According to French newspaper Le Parisien – via SportWitness, United offered a whopping £84.6million for the player, as well as an annual salary of £8.8m after tax deductions. Muller refused to rule out a move to Old Trafford earlier on this summer stating that he could move for bigger wages although he’s still enjoying his stay at Bayern Munich.
Although Bayern remain adamant on their decision not to let their mercurial poacher leave the Allianz Arena as he still remains an integral part of the Bundesliga champions. They’ve made it quite clear that they will keep on rejecting bids for Muller.
Bayern Munich are currently on top of the Bundesliga table recording no loses in the Bundesliga so far this season. They’ve dropped their only points against Frankfurt in a game which ended 0-0.
The Bavarian giants were previously unbeaten in all competitions before their Champions League clash against Arsenal at the Emirates which they lost surprisingly.