Almost close to achieving the status of a club legendat Bayern Munich, Thomas Muller is one of the few players to have developed into a world-class talent at the same club where he started playing football and to swear allegiance to it.
And there was no dearth of interest from other clubs, who have been looking at Muller since his stellar performance in the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa where he was the joint top-scorer alongside the likes of Diego Forlan, Wesley Sneijder and David Villa. His exploits saw him win the Best Young Player award at the tournament as Germany finished third.
Thomas MullerNet Worth in 2018
Thomas Muller’s net worth is estimated to be around $20 million. It is to be noted that Muller could have easily moved to other clubs in a big money move which would have increased his net worth significantly, but he chose to stay and play for his hometown club, showing incredible allegiance and repaying the faith of the club and the supporters.
Muller earns around €150,000 per week at Bayern, which is comparatively lower than some of the newer players at the club, despite playing a key role at the club, which only shows that Muller is not a player who plays for money.
One of the most sought after players in Germany, he has numerous endorsements to his name with Adidas football, Procter & Gamble and its subsidiary Gillette, energy company Rewe, automobile company Volkswagen, Italian food manufacturer Barilla and Weber-Stephen, a US manufacturer of charcoal and gas grills.
Muller is very fond of luxury sports cars and his collection includes brands like Nissan, Maserati, Ferrari, Audi and BMW.