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Reports: Niklas Süle will leave FC Bayern in the summer!


Big surprise at FC Bayern! According to current media reports, Niklas Süle has decided to leave FC Bayern at the end of the season.

As the “BILD” reported on Monday, the 26-year-old has made the decision to leave the FCB in the summer. According to the report, the defender has already told the club weeks ago that he will not extend the expiring contract. The Munich “tz” has confirmed the reports of the “BILD”.

Süle is surprised by the statements of Herbert Hainer

Curiously, Bayern president Herbert Hainer emphasized only yesterday that the Munich club had made an offer to the central defender, but that the final feedback from Süle was still pending: “We have made Niklas an offer. Now it’s up to him to accept it or not. Of course, it has to be in a certain period of time, because then we also have to line up accordingly.”

According to “BILD” information, the German international is surprised by these statements, as he is said to have already informed the club of his decision. According to reports, the record champion has offered Süle just under ten million euros per year.

In addition to David Alaba and Jerome Boateng, Süle would be the third central defender in a row to leave the Munich club without a transfer fee.

The search for a Süle successor is already in full swing

Bayern are already actively probing the transfer market for a suitable successor. Accordingly, the two Chelsea professionals Antonio Rüdiger and Andreas Christensen are high on the wish list. Both are available for free in the summer. Denis Zakaria from league rivals Borussia Mönchengladbach is also considered a potential candidate.

Where Süle will move to in the summer is currently still completely open. The DFB star has always raved about the English Premier League in the past. In addition to Newcastle United, Chelsea are also said to be interested in the central defender. FC Barcelona is also said to have a concrete interest.

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