By Rune Gjerulff@runegjerulff

Müller retires from international football, Bild reports

Thomas Müller has reportedly played his last game for the German national team.


After Germany's Euro 2024 quarter-final loss to Spain, Thomas Müller admitted that he may have played his last game for the national team.

"There is a good chance that this was my last international match," Müller told Sky Germany after Germany's disappointing European Championship exit.

Now Bild is reporting that the 34-year-old Bayern Munich veteran has indeed decided to retire from international football.

Müller made his debut for Germany in 2010 and has gone on to make 131 appearances for the national team, scoring 45 goals and providing 41 assists.

The 34-year-old is Germany's third-most-capped player, behind only Miroslav Klose (137 caps) and Lothar Matthaus (150 caps).

He was the top scorer at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa with five goals and lifted the trophy with Germany four years later in Brazil.

The forward will continue his club career with Bayern Munich, where he is under contract until 2025.

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