Bundesliga giant Bayern Munich has reportedly asked Manchester United to cease with the incessant attempts at luring goal-scorer Thomas Muller to Old Trafford, Following failed pursuits this summer to purchase the World Cup winner, it would appear as if United vice-chairman Ed Woodward is not content to take no for an answer, bombarding the Bavarians with inquisitive emails, according to Bild’s chief football writer, Christian Falk.
Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has cheekily threatened to take matters into his own hands, saying, “I told Woodward that I can’t switch (off) my email account, so he should stop sending offers for (Thomas Muller).”
Muller, who has scored 11 times in 10 matches this season in the shadow of a volcanic-hot Robert Lewandowski , has long been the straw that stirs Pep Guardiola’s drink.
60 – @FCBayern are without a single loss in the 60 BL games when Thomas
#Müller has scored at least 1 goal (57 W, 3 D). Bomber.
— OptaFranz (@OptaFranz)
October 4, 2015
Like a scorned high school love affair gone wrong, it would seem Rummenigge and the defending Bundesliga champions are looking to move on to bigger and better things, no matter how many personalized mixtapes the Mancunians make in desperation.
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