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New suitor emerges as Bayern Munich won’t try to sign Florian Neuhaus this year

Mostly due to lack of funding, Bayern Munich will miss on the opportunity to activate the exit clause in Neuhaus’ contract

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Talented German midfielder Florian Neuhaus has had a breakout season for Borussia Mönchengladbach.

Neuhaus has caught the attention of numerous football clubs with his consistent performances for both club and country. It was rumored that Bayern Munich would be the next destination for the midfielder, but the latest reports are suggesting something else.

As Bayern Munich already had a big signing in Dayot Upamecano and spent nearly €20 million for their new coach, Julian Nagelsmann. The chances that the Bavarians will spend big again this summer are slim.

The latest reports from Christian Falk suggest that Neuhaus wants a move to Munich, but Bayern won’t try to bring him until next year. Liverpool is also quite interested in the services of the midfielder, and Neuhaus might end up there.

The rumored exit clause for Mönchengladbach’s midfielder is around €40 million and after the latest acquirements and Corona-infused economical crisis, Bayern, most likely, won’t buy Neuhaus this year.

It’s up to Neuhaus — stay at Mönchengladbach for a year or two, or try his luck abroad.

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