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There's very few one club men these days with even legends eventually leaving their club for new pastures. Thomas Muller is one of the few remaining but the German hasn't closed the door an a potential transfer.
I'm not sure if football was full of players who never moved clubs in the 80s and early 90s but we are told that nowadays no one seems to stay put in one place for their whole career.
Of course there was the Manchester United class of 92 legends Gary Neville, Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes who stuck around but even Phil Neville and Nicky Butt left for pastures new.
Latterly legends at Chelsea Frank Lampard and John Terry both went on to play for other clubs and Steven Gerrard also called time on his Liverpool career and then went to LA Galaxy.
Basically in this day and age no one is a one team player at the top level anymore as they try to stretch out their careers before a life of sitting on the couch next to Jake Humphrey.
Even Thomas Muller has cast doubts over Bayern Munich being the only team in his career. Talking to Sunday paper Welt Am Sonntag the German said:
"Another task would certainly be interesting and attractive. If the situation is different, a lot can happen.
"Basically, it is very difficult to get away from Bayern. Currently I have no thoughts to do something else."
So whilst the 28 year old admits it would be difficult to leave the Allianz Arena it's certainly possible if the right opportunity came around.
The forward has had the chance to leave in the past. When Louis van Gaal was in charge at Manchester United the Dutchman wanted to be reunited with Muller at Old Trafford.
Of course Muller's immediate future takes him to Russia for the World Cup where he'll be hoping to help Germany win back-to-back titles, something he's very used to with Bayern.
He is currently on 10 goals in the finals leaving him just one behind Jurgen Klinsmann, four behind Gerd Muller and six behind all time top scorer in the competition Miroslav Klose.
Will Muller ever leave Bayern?
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