Bayern Munich have started talks over a new deal with Manuel Neuer to lock the 35-year-old goalkeeper until the summer of 2025.
Bayern Munich have started talks over a new deal with Manuel Neuer to extend the Bayern goalkeeper’s contract until the summer of 2025, according to reports. ‘Sports 1’ on Wednesday
Bayern Munich sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic has been busy over the past few months in making new deals for players at the club including Joshua Kimmick. With Leon Goretzka and close to reaching a deal with Serge Gnabry. They have reportedly started talks with Neuer about a new deal as well.
Neuer moved from Schalke to Bayern Munich since the summer of 2011. Now aged 35, Neuer has proven he can continue to play at a high level. Many more years while his contract lasts until the summer of 2023.
According to Sport1, They have started talks with Neuer over a new deal. By offering a contract extension for another 2 years to the captain of the Southern Tigers outpost. If he accepts the offer, he will stay at the Allianz Arena until he is almost 40 years old.
Along with getting the best performances from Manuel Neuer by managing his workload, rotation in the goal will also help in developing his long-term successor. Alexander Nubel remains confident about making it at Bayern. It will be interesting to see how Neuer’s renewal will affect his future.