And, speaking after Muller’s brace helped inspire Sunday’s 5-1 win over Borussia Dortmund, Rummenigge told his United counterparts to stop e-mailing him about the forward.
He added: “He’s under contract for another four years”.
Rummenigge recognises that and stated last month that no matter what money the uber-rich United put up to sign the German, Bayern will not sell him. “I hope that we can display that again in two weeks”.
“Anyone who thinks it’s over will have big problems with the coach”, said Guardiola.
“That (their strength) is pretty clear and is evidence of how dominant Bayern are and what a great team they have”, he said.
Veteran wingers Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery are a case in point. If Liverpool has the chance to sign J-urgen Klopp then they should do it.
The 62-year-old also took time to speak about the prospects of Arsenal competing for the league title, insisting that the Londoners’ potential exit from the Champions League could play a crucial role in that. He held the record for all-time World Cup goals scored, with a whopping 14; this was eventually broken three decades later by another football legend; Brazilian star Ronaldo Nazario de Lima.
“Bayern are going to have a dip – we saw that previous year too”.
While pundits are bemoaning the lack of excitement in the Bundesliga, Thomas Muller said those complaints fall on deaf-ears in the Bayern dressing room.
Rummenigge has stated that United are still in contact with the current Bundesliga champions over the World Cup victor, but categorically denied that Muller was available for transfer.
“Therefore, we’re trying to win everything and make the league as unexciting as possible”.