Doha (dpa) - Bayern coach Hansi Flick did not report any health problems to Thomas Müller after the Munich football professional's positive corona test.
However, Flick left details of the 31-year-old Müller's return journey open on Thursday evening in Qatar.
“He's a little tired, but I think that's normal.
A lot goes through your head, but otherwise, I think he was doing pretty well, ”said the Munich coach after winning the Club World Cup against Mexican club Tigres UANL.
“Now we have to see how we can get him back as soon as possible.
Experts are planning that, ”added Flick zu Müller.
We were talking about a trip by the infected player on a private jet from Doha to Munich.
After returning to Bavaria, Müller has to go into quarantine.
The fact that Qatar, unlike England, South Africa or Brazil, is not one of the areas with corona mutations, at least makes the further procedure easier.
He doesn't know how the return journey will take place in detail, said Flick shortly after the game.
Müller cannot be expected back in the team at the Bundesliga games against Arminia Bielefeld and Eintracht Frankfurt next week.
FC Bayern stated that it had agreed with the responsible authorities on how to proceed.
Müller had tested positive for the corona virus and was therefore missing in the 1-0 win against Tigres.
There were no further positive results in the team in a further test.
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Communication from Bayern to Müller