Hansi Flick has made the decision to not involve Bayern Munich’s Thomas Muller in the German national team squad for the two upcoming international breaks.
One of the breaks is later this month while the other is slated for June. They are set to play a pair of friendlies this time around (this month); first against Peru, and then Belgium.
Of course, unlike most other European nations, they won’t be involved in the qualifying process for Euro 2024 since they are the host nation and will instead also have a pair of friendlies come June.
Few players from Die Mannschaft were able to leave the World Cup in Qatar with any bit of credit for overall positive performances, but Muller had also been recovering from a hip problem prior to club play breaking for the World Cup to take place through November in December.
It seemed to have taken him a while to get back into the groove for Bayern when the Bundesliga resumed, but he has put forth some strong performances in recent weeks across all three fronts for the Rekordmeister.