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Thomas Muller almost confirms international retirement after Germany’s Euro 2024 exit against Spain

Thomas Muller almost confirms international retirement after Germany’s Euro 2024 exit against Spain

According to reports, following Germany's elimination from the Euros, legend Thomas Muller has alluded to a potential retirement from international football.

In an exciting match against Spain, Germany were eliminated from the competition in the quarterfinals of Euro 2024. Germany’s miserable run in major competitions continued as Mikel Merino’s goal in the 119th minute sealed the victory for La Roja. Adding salt to the crushing injury, German legend Thomas Muller hinted at retirement from the national team after the match.

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One of Germany’s legends has probably played his final game for the national team, which could be even worse news for supporters of the country following the heartbreaking Euro 2024. According to reports, following Germany’s elimination from the Euros, legend Thomas Muller has alluded to a potential retirement from international football. Muller suggested that he might have played his final game for Die Mannschaft in an interview with Sky Germany.

“Yes, there is a high probability that this was my last international match with Germany,” Muller said after the match.

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A legend by his own accord

If the 34-year-old decides to give up playing football for the German national team, it will be devastating for them. Muller debuted for the senior team in 2010 and has since appeared in 130 games with 45 goals. The Bayern Munich player participated in the 2014 World Cup winning German team.

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