January 11 News According to the famous German Sky Sports reporter Florian Plettenberg und Sven Westerschulze
The joint report, they can be regarded as a disguised confirmation of the report of the German media Bild.
A few weeks ago, on December 10 last year to be precise, Bayern announced that the 36-year-old international Neuer had a “fracture in the right calf”.
Or in other words: Neuer broke his leg and underwent surgery.
Since then, the big question has been: When will Neuer return?
Neither the player himself nor club officials have confirmed a return date.
Instead, behind the scenes, there was talk of a months-long recovery.
According to Sky News, Neuer himself still hopes to start again in the new season, which means that he will re-participate in training from August 18, and must resume training 4-5 weeks ago.
Will Neuer really be back in mid-July?
This is his self-proclaimed goal, but Bayern management have to assume that Neuer may be absent for a longer period of time.
Because there have been rumors that Neuer did not fracture his calf, but open tibia and fibula fractures.
Neuer’s team declined to comment on questions raised by Sky Deutschland.
Instead, when asked, the team pointed out that Neuer is currently deliberately avoiding public speaking and is fully focused on the rehabilitation work he is doing every day.
However, an open tibia and fibula fracture would be far more serious than a calf fracture, which explains why Bayern are currently looking not just for a temporary solution but for a long-term replacement.
Other information is hardly updated. Gladbach’s asking price for Sommer is 8 million, and the premise is that they find a replacement (Montpellier refused to let Omlin leave the team).
Bild Report: Neuer may actually have an open fracture of the tibia fibula, the players did not deny it