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Bayern Munich intends to extend Sule’s contract

Chief of Bayern Munich, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge stated that the club will strive to elongate the agreement for center-back Niklas Sule, who has appeared as a potential Chelsea transfer option.

In the summer, Chelsea had been planning to sign a young but experienced center-back even before the joining of new manager Thomas Tuchel, and with Sule due to join the final 12 months of his contract at the end of the season, his name was added to the radar.

With earlier rumors suggesting that if Sule fails to sign a new deal, he will be sold for close to £ 27m, but Bayern is expected to make a decision this summer on his future, 

Rummenigge indicated that he hopes to avoid losing another defender.

“We want the good German national players at FC Bayern,” Rummenigge said according to the Spox. “Niklas still has one year of the contract.”

“We will hold talks and see where they lead. We will look at it seriously and calmly until the summer. The coronavirus has also caused financial damage to FC Bayern.”

“If we find a solution, we are generally happy to extend the contract, but that will only be possible under certain conditions.”

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