Bavaria ‘a gigantic task’ – Alexander Nobel is speaking now!

Alexander Nobel has been a big topic of conversation in recent weeks – and now so has the goalkeeper ZDF-Sports studio reported itself.

The goalkeeper, who was loaned to Monaco by Bayern Munich, will not replace the injured Manuel Neuer in Munich, but will continue to play for Monaco. Instead, Jan Sommer, who came from Borussia Mönchengladbach, is guarding And he made his debut against RB Leipzignow the goal of the German record champions. (Report: Summer protocol in Bayern Munich goal)

But why didn’t Nobel return early? Explaining the failure of the Bayern deal, the former Schalke player said: “Monaco did not want to let me go. This was a good sign in my direction. I got a lot of confidence from the leadership. (News: All current information about the Bundesliga)

Bavaria? “Of course it’s a huge task.”

He confirmed that he feels comfortable in Monaco and is “very happy”.

But when mediator Jochen Breyer asked him if he would like to take over the job at Bayern, Noble said: “Of course it’s a huge job.” But, the 26-year-old added: “The full focus is and has been in Monaco. I’m happy. That’s the main thing at the moment.”

Nobel’s loan contract with Monaco runs until the summer of 2023. The Bayern Munich job sheet expires in July 2025.

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Publishing guarantee in Bayern? That’s what Noble says

In 2020, Noble moved from FC Schalke 04 to Munich.

“I’ve had an offer from Bayern Munich. As a competitive athlete, you want to know how far you can go up. It’s one of the biggest clubs in the world, and he certainly doesn’t regret it,” Noble said, explaining the move. It’s a different level when you’re training there. Mentality and will every day in training. I took that with me that year.”

Often the important issue was the guarantee of the supposed commitment that Bayern Nobel was said to have made in writing. When asked about this, the goalkeeper initially said: “I went there and wanted to play as many matches as possible.”

“What’s in the contract belongs to Bayern Munich and only me,” Breyer continued – but Nobile again prevented.

This is how Nobel thinks about changing the summer

But in principle, the career plan states “that I will play for Bayern sometime. My contract runs until 2025, and my loan runs until the summer. I have developed very well. I am a completely different goalkeeper than when I was at Bayern. It will be It’s completely different if you go back to Bayern Munich.”

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And how does Noble think about the summer change, which could be another competitor in Bayern’s goal in the summer?

“It was an important step for Bayern Munich to get another goalkeeper. We’ll see what happens over the next few weeks,” said Noble. “So far” Sommer and Neuer will compete next season, “because my contract is still valid.”

“The newest must come back first.”

But still, a lot could happen before then: “We’ll see what happens in the summer. I realized how important it is to practice conformity. I don’t want to do without that anymore.” Because Nobile does not want to sit on the bench again behind Neuer, he has confirmed several times.

Does this mean: as long as Manuel Neuer is Bayern’s No. 1, won’t Nobel return to Munich? “As long as I think matching practice is more important, that’s the way it is. I want to keep that,” Nobile answered, before asking Brier if there will be a comeback this summer.

“Everything is open. Still six months. Neuer is currently injured. He has to come back first,” explained Nobile: “That’s always the most important thing, that things go well. They have now brought in an excellent goalkeeper. But I would like to play. It remains to be seen which club this summer will be in. We’ll have conversations over the summer about what makes the most sense. whether to return after that, or what was taken.”

It is likely that Nobile will have competition with Sommer, he said. Manuel Neuer’s contract expires in 2024, Sommer signed a contract until 2025.

Finally, Noble explained that he “definitely” still has his “clear goal” to become Bayern Munich’s No. 1 in the future.

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