Bayern Munich have extended contract with veteran goalkeeper Manuel Neuer until 2024.
The club’s website, Bayern Munich, announced that Neuer’s contract was extended for another year. From ending in 2023 to expiring in mid-2024. This means the Germany goalkeeper will stay at the post at the Allianz Arena for at least the end of the 2023-24 season. “I am very happy that my path with Bayern continues. We will have a very good team again. As a goalkeeper, captain, team leader. I want to be a supporter and play a key role in our big goals.”
“We want to increase our Championship record, challenge the DFB-Pokal and the Champions League,” Neuer said. Neuer, 36, moved from Schalke 04 to Bayern Munich since 2011 and has been captain of the Bundesliga side since 2017, winning 10 Bundesliga titles. , DFB-Pokal 5 times, UEFA Champions League 2 times, FIFA Club World Cup 1 time, UEFA Super Cup 1 time, from 472 games in total.
Neuer has won 10 Bundesliga titles, five DFB Cups, six DFL Supercups, two Champions Leagues, the FIFA Club World Cup and the UEFA Super Cup at FC Bayern. He has made 472 competitive appearances for the club. The goalkeeper has 109 caps for Germany, which is a record in his position. He lifted the FIFA World Cup in Brazil in 2014, having come third in the tournament three years earlier. He has been rewarded for his amazing achievements with five IFFHS World’s Best Goalkeeper honours, and was the Best FIFA Men’s Goalkeeper and UEFA Goalkeeper of the Year in 2020. Neuer has been Germany’s Footballer of the Year in 2014 and 2011.