Bayern Munich are now confident they’ll extend Serge Gnabry’s contract beyond 2023, with only a few details remaining.
Kicker (via GGFN) report that Serge Gnabry and Bayern Munich are both confident they’ll now reach an agreement for a contract extension, as the 27-year-old is finally satisfied with their latest offer.
At this stage, there are only a few details to finalise before total agreement on a contract lasting another four or five years.
Florian Plettenberg of Sky Sport Germany reports that there is indeed a convergence between Gnabry and Bayern after positive talks.
Plettenberg suggests Gnabry still hasn’t made his final decision, but the situation is clearly in a better place than a few weeks ago.
Once again, the reporter also reiterates that Chelsea aren’t an option for Gnabry, even if he leaves Bayern.
The Telegraph had reported that Chelsea were interested in Gnabry this summer, as they considered alternative options to Barcelona-bound Raphinha.
But both Plettenberg and Bild claimed a potential move to Chelsea is a non-starter for Gnabry, as he doesn’t want to play for another London club than Arsenal.
Gnabry has never been set for a return to Arsenal, as Fabrizio Romano claims the player is not on the Gunners’ list, despite any rumours to the contrary.
In 45 appearances for Bayern in 2021/22, Gnabry has reached 17 goals and eight assists, scoring his last goal in the game that won them their 10th consecutive Bundesliga title.