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Philipp Lahm admits Manchester United target could leave Bayern Munich


Bayern Munich veteran Philipp Lahm says Manchester United target Thomas Muller could be the next player to leave the club to move to Old Trafford.

The Red Devils have already signed Bastian Schweinsteiger and are determined to make a move for the 25-year-old striker.

And Lahm admits he cannot guarantee that Thomas Muller will not follow Schweinsteiger to Manchester United.

"It's not my decision," Lahm told reporters before the game against Internazionale.

"Things can happen very quickly in football. I certainly can't provide any guarantee for Thomas Muller [staying].

"That's not going to happen with me.

"I'm pleased that I've been able to spend practically all my career at home. It's great to be in the same club for so long.

"We're still a top club, we've reached at least the semi-finals of the Champions League in recent years and we have a top team who would be playing at the top in any league.

'We certainly don't need to have any fear."

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