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4 May
Bayern Munich forward Thomas Mueller has extended his contract until 2024 which will keep the Germany international at his boyhood club until the age of 34, the Bundesliga champions announced on Tuesday.
11 Feb 2021
File footage of Thomas Mueller who will reportedly miss the Club World Cup final after testing positive for COVID-19.
2 May 2019
US Attorney General William Barr has said he will skip a hearing on the Mueller report, hours after a tense round of questioning in the Senate. Democrats have accused the Trump administration of "stonewalling" Congress.

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