Mainz are expecting to say goodbye to Florian Müller, who is keen to find a new club after falling behind Robin Zentner in the pecking order.
|Florian Müller saving a shot from RB Leipzig's Christopher Nkunku.||Photo: GEPA Pictures/Patrick Schreiber/Jan Huebner/POOL via Picture Point|
Florian Müller will be allowed to leave Mainz after being informed that he will be behind Robin Zentner in the pecking order if he stays.
"It is to be expected that Florian Müller will step up his efforts to find a new club. He has emphasized that he wants to play in the Bundesliga, which is understandable for such a great goalkeeper," said Mainz sporting director Rouven Schröder in an interview with Kicker.
The 22-year-old goalkeeper is said to have received numerous offers after Mainz announced that he has lost the battle for the number one shirt to Zentner.
"If 'Flo' finds an offer interesting, we will sit down together to find a good solution for both sides," said Schröder.
Müller played 13 Bundesliga games for Mainz last season and has made a total of 44 appearances for the club.