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Bayern Munich | Matthew warns of Süle departure

The rumor mill about a possible farewell to central defender Niklas Süle from FC Bayern in the coming summer has recently been heating up. In addition to clubs from England, FC Barcelona was also recently considered a possible club that could be considered for the international. Former world footballer Lothar Matthäus has meanwhile firmly warned Munich against giving up their defensive edge.

“Süle has caught himself, he’s performing consistently well again,” said the 60-year-old in an interview with “Munich evening newspaper” From Matthäus’ point of view, leaving the 26-year-old after the end of the current season would also be a “bitter loss for Bayern”.

In the current season, the 1.95 m giant had made himself indispensable again for the German record champions. The defender has already played 24 games this season across all competitions.

In the current Bundesliga season, he was set for FC Bayern in the last few weeks, as two other central defenders, Dayot Upamecano and Lucas Hernández, were out with corona diseases.

Süle still has a contract with FC Bayern until 2023

Süle only has one contract in Munich until 2023. Talks about extending the contract had recently been unsuccessful. Losing another central defender for free should not be an option for Bayern. If there is no agreement on an extension of the working paper in the coming weeks, the signs are pointing to farewell in the summer.

“After Alaba and Boateng, the third central defender would be gone in no time,” ex-Bayern player Matthäus lists and warns against letting the reinvigorated Süle leave.

Bayern head coach Julian Nagelsmann, who had already worked with Süle at TSG Hoffenheim, has been disillusioned in recent days that there will be a whole range of interested clubs for the defender: “He’s a player of an age and a position which aren’t that common in the market, so I think it’s a lot of clubs and he’s certainly in talks.”

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