After a medical examination, Bayern substitute goalkeeper Alexander Nübel now officially joins former Bayern head coach Niko Kovacs at AS Monaco in Ligue 1.
Currently, a two-year loan agreement is being confirmed, while details of the possible commission on the loan are still unknown.
BUT routine weekend care was acquitted and, as a result, disgruntled backup network specialist FCB Alexander Nuebel has a new home where he has to spend the coveted playing time. The deal was confirmed Sunday by Karlheinz Wild, a senior reporter for German football magazine Kicker.
Wilde said a two-year loan agreement has already been agreed. While all loan agreements can, in principle, be terminated at any time, Wilde says there is a clause in Nübel’s contract that can be easily used after the first season should the two clubs opt out. It is currently impossible to confirm the information on the loan commission.
Replacing Nübel, It has long been reported that this is the former No. 2 Sven Ulreich, was officially received on a free translation Friday afternoon.