Florian Neuhaus (24) will probably stay with Borussia Mönchengladbach for at least one more season and not change clubs in the summer. That reports the picture.
According to this, Neuhaus sees his future at least until 2022 on the Lower Rhine – even though, according to media reports, he could leave the club thanks to an exit clause of 40 million euros.
In the course of the reports about the release clause implemented in Neuhaus’ contract, which runs until 2024, rumors arose about a possible change of the central midfielder to Bayern Munich.
Sky had even reported of the existing contact between the record champions and Neuhaus, who grew up near Munich in Landsberg am Lech and played in Munich for 1860 in his youth. In this regard, Neuhaus said in an interview with SPOX and Goal: “I don’t want to commit myself. FC Bayern is a big club. I also got to know a few guys from Bayern in the national team who only speak positively about the club. My dad is also a huge Bayern fan. “
Most recently, however, the player himself contradicted the speculations about an upcoming transfer in the summer: “I’m not taking part in that. That’s not a big issue for me either. To be honest, I don’t see my future as unclear as I just mentioned.”