“Both sides signed with good feeling,” attacker Müller was quoted in the statement. “It was my absolute priority to renew with Bayern; the club saw it the same. I have a total of two thirds of my life at Bayern. Therefore, it cannot be said that I accompany the club or he me. Fight for each other. This club does not suppose any type of pattern for me, it is my passion. I am very happy to be here for two more years and I will give it my all, both on and off the pitch, “added Müller. Of course, his love for the rojiblancos also came to live its ups and downs. At the beginning of the season, Under the orders of Niko Kovac, Müller did not count and he was out of eleven more times than he expected. It was then that rumors began to emerge about a possible farewell to one of Bayern’s hallmarks, but the arrival of Hansi Flick on the Allianz Arena bench in November changed everything. Müller returned to be the protagonist, his ten goals and 19 assists were key in the reconquest of the leadership and the passion re-emerged. It was an open secret. Thomas muller he will continue to be part of the club of his life. As announced by Bayern Munich this Tuesday through his website, the 2014 world champion He has renewed his contract at the Allianz Arena for two more years until June 2023. After Hansi Flick, coach of the German champion, who also stamped his signature under a contract until 2023, Müller is the second protagonist of the Bavarian team whose renewal comes to fruition. The futures of Neuer, Thiago, Alaba, Javi Martínez and Boateng remain to be resolved., all with contracts until 2021. “I am happy that Thomas has renewed his contract for two more years until June 30, 2023,” were the words of Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, president of the board of directors of the club in this regard. “I want to thank Thomas and his representative Ludwig Kögl for conducting the talks so fairly and reliably. Oliver Kahn (new member of Bayern’s board of directors) and Hasan Salihamidzic (sports director of the club) also did a great job, “concluded Rummenigge.