Thomas Muller has claimed that Bayern Munich and German teammate Mario Gotze wants more at the Allianz Arena.
The former Dortmund forward scored the winner for Germany at the 2014 World Cup but has not played a lot under Bavarian manager Pep Guardiola who prefers Coman and Douglas Costa to flank Robert Lewandoski and Muller in attack.
After overcoming a hamstring problem, Gotze resumed regular training with the full squad but he is still over-looked for selection and has only featured once since his return.
“I speak with Mario and think he is not 100 per cent satisfied with his situation at Bayern.” Muller told a news conference ahead of Germany’s friendly clash with England on Saturday.
“I am not Mario’s agent, so I am not going to speak about his future.”
However, Muller is confident Gotze still has a major role to play with the national team ahead of the Euro 2016 in France.
“Mario brings a quality that he always had,” he added. “I hope that he plays well with the national team and he can take advantage of his time.”
Gotze has made just 12 appearances in all competitions for the Bundesliga leaders in 2015-16.