Is FC Bayern threatened with a major change in the summer than expected? In addition to David Alaba, who flirted with a change, Manuel Neuer’s whereabouts are suddenly no longer certain. There is loud in the Premier League image the first prospect.
Bavarias sports director Hasan Salihamidzic has a lot of work to do in the coming weeks. With Manuel Neuer, David Alaba, Thiago and Thomas Muller, four very important top performers have a working paper ending in 2021 – but it is far from certain that all stars will stay with the German record champions.
Are Neuer and Alaba making the departure?
Alaba has publicly flirted with a club change in recent weeks; probably because the Munichers have not kept a promise to the Austrian. And the renewal of Captain Neuer is a huge problem, because the overall package that the 34-year-old has been calling for today is loud image even the Bayern bosses are brooding. The goalkeeper wants to sign his last big contract and not let himself be left with a year or two.
Chelsea shows interest in new people
The tabloid reports that a new departure can no longer be ruled out! And with Chelsea FC, the first prospective customer should already position himself.
The blues only signed Kepa Arrizabalaga for the record transfer fee of 80 million euros in the summer of 2018 – but the Spaniard has not been the hoped-for reinforcement so far and has recently been replaced by Willy Caballero.
The problem: Before Chelsea can get serious at Neuer, the Londoners have to find a buyer for Kepa. Which should be difficult enough, since in Corona times there is hardly a club willing to pay the high transfer fee and the handsome salary of the 25-year-old.
Other interested parties besides Chelsea for Bavarias number one are loud image currently not in sight. All top clubs in Europe are so well positioned between the posts that a new transfer is currently only an issue for the blues.
That could change quickly, of course, if Neuer’s contract negotiations have officially failed and he is washed up on the market.
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