Defender Niklas Süle is apparently on probation at Bayern in the coming weeks. This reports the kicker. If the 25-year-old cannot convince those responsible during this period, he is likely to leave in the summer.
Accordingly, FC Bayern wants to clarify what the future of the trained central defender looks like by the new season. Either he should extend his contract, which runs until 2022, in the long term or bring the club a transfer by moving early. Among other things, the Chelsea FC is traded as an interested party.
Süle suffered his second cruciate ligament tear in October 2019 and celebrated his comeback in the Champions League triumph in Lisbon. In the current season, however, he is struggling with his form, and he is also said to have weight problems. He also gets loud in the club kicker “a too lax, casual attitude and a penchant for comfort” attested.
After a corona quarantine, coach Hansi Flick even voluntarily renounced Süle in the game against Bremen in the preliminary round and then explained: “He was in quarantine for eight days and then joined the national team. He had two serious injuries, so it is important to that he is 100 percent fit. “
In the following weeks, Süle was not regularly in the starting line-up, which Flick justified with the good performances of the duo David Alaba and Jerome Boateng. Regarding Süle’s future, the coach only said: “He still has more than a year of contract, we’ll see how everything develops. How he sees his future, where he sees his future.”
FC Bayern: Süle also prone to errors against Bielefeld
The former Hoffenheimer, who played 29 times for the national team, recently played a number of right-backs, but in the 3: 3 against Bielefeld he showed himself in the usual central role, as did his neighbor Bouna Sarr again and again Height.
With David Alaba and Javi Martinez leaving, Süle Stand is now the fourth central defender alongside Lucas Hernandez, newcomer Dayot Upamecano and youngster Tanguy Nianzou. The last word has not yet been spoken in the personality of Jerome Boateng, for whose whereabouts Hansi Flick recently campaigned.