Chelsea transfers: Mario Götze ‘unhappy’ at Bayern Munich

Chelsea transfers: The Blues are linked with Mario Götze after midfielder says he is unhappy at Bayern Munich

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Bayern's Mario Götze Photo: Steindy, via Wikimedia

Chelsea have been linked with a summer swoop for Mario Götze after the attacking midfielder revealed that he is “not happy” at Bayern Munich.

Jose Mourinho is set to bolster his attacking options in the forthcoming transfer window and the Blues are already said to be closing in on a deal for Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa.

Of course I’m not happy. I will keep pushing and hope to be back soon

Mario Götze

The 21-year-old Götze, who joined Bayern from Bundesliga rivals Borussia Dortmund last summer, has scored 13 goals and made 12 assists under Pep Guardiola.

And speculation surrounding his future at the Allianz Arena has been sparked by his latest comments regarding his situation at the club.

“Of course I’m not happy,” Götze told German newspaper Bild.

“But I will keep pushing and hope to be back soon with the trust of the coach to play from the beginning.”

Götze started 19 Bundesliga games this season as Bayern won the German league.

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