According to a report from RMC journalist Loic Tanzi, Lille OSC would like to bring in Bayern Munich back-up goalkeeper Alexander Nübel on a two-year loan assignment.
Lille OSC becomes the latest club to show interest in Nübel, joining Borussia Dortmund, Union Berlin, and AS Monaco. RB Leipzig was also said to be scoping Nübel, but reportedly has inked goalkeeper Peter Gulacsi to a new contract, which would seemingly erase Nübel from the club’s transfer list:
Lille aimerait de faire prêter Alexandre Nubel (Bayern Munich) pour les deux prochaines saisons. Négociations en cours. Monaco également s’est montré intéressé mais le Bayern ne souhaite pas vendre son gardien #RMCLive— Loïc Tanzi (@Tanziloic) May 10, 2021
Lille would like to have Alexandre Nubel (Bayern Munich) loaned for the next two seasons. Negotiations in progress. Monaco have also shown interest but Bayern do not want to sell their goalkeeper #RMCLive
Lille would present an interesting option for Nübel, but Bayern Munich’s potential goalkeeping exodus — and the club’s desire to spend lightly this summer — might determine how eager the club is to let Nübel go away on a loan assignment.
Aside of Nübel, Ron-Thorben Hoffmann and Christian Früchtl could also both leave Bayern Munich this summer.