Bayern Munich chief warns Manchester United to stop send emails about striker

Manchester United are still sending emails about Bayern Munich striker, Thomas Muller

 

It seems Manchester United are very serious about getting Bayern Munich striker Thomas Muller.

Bayern Munich chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has revealed that the Old Trafford club are still reaching out to them enquiring about the striker.

Speaking after Bayern Munich on Sunday, October, 4, Rummenigge sent a clear message to Manchester United to stop sending mails about Muller.

“I am not a banker. We are a football club,” Muller is quoted to say by German television station Sport1.

“That is why we never even considered selling Thomas Muller.

“I told my colleagues at Manchester United: ‘I cannot close down my email account, but you no longer need to send me anything. It is useless.”

Rummenigge’s comment came after agent of Muller revealed that Manchester United tried to get the forward ‘at all cost’ during last summer’s transfer window.

Giovanni Branchini revealed that United were willing to shell out whatever it took to bring the German star to Old Trafford from Bayern Munich.

“Manchester United wanted Thomas Muller at all costs,' Branchini responded when asked to reveal a secret in a Q&A with .

“I’ve spent days trying to explain Bayern Munich would never let him leave - so in the end they changed their mind.”

Watch this Thomas Muller video, below:

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