Bayern Munich stable owner Manuel Neuer ‘wants to make a longer deal than the club offers’ with a contract that will expire in the summer of 2021
- Goalkeeper Manuel Neuer has been in Bayern Munich for almost ten years
- The Germany international is now 33 and the club is reluctant to offer a long contract
- His current deal ends next summer and the club can say goodbye to stop
Manuel Neuer faces an uncertain future at Bayern Munich, the club he has been calling home for almost a decade.
The German goalkeeper wants to extend his stay with the Bavarian club, but negotiations are deadlocked.
According to Bild, Neuer wants a longer deal than Bayern’s on the table and there is a chance that the conversations “fail”.
Manuel Neuer wants a longer contract than Bayern Munich has offered
The World Cup winner is now 33 and is approaching the twilight of his career.
He is looking for a new long-term contract with Bayern, where he has played since joining Schalke in 2011.
Neuer’s current contract expires next summer and there is a real chance that he will be able to switch to new pastures.
Alexander Nubel comes from Schalke in the summer and could be the successor of Neuer
The club has already signed another keeper of Schalke in Alexander Nubel, who will join this summer.
He is considered by many to be the successor to Neuer, so the club could make a difficult decision.
When Nubel played for the Paderborn youth team, his teammates nicknamed him ‘Manuel’ because he reminded them of Neuer and it looks like he would be filling up the veteran’s big boots soon.