Serge Gnabry and Bayern Munich are confident that they’ll reach an agreement for a contract extension beyond 2023, according to Kicker. The 26-year-old has 12 months remaining on his current deal but is satisfied with Bayern’s latest contract offer. Now, it’s about the final details before a total agreement is reached.
Premier League side Chelsea had expressed an interest in signing Gnabry but it’s now suggested that the Germany international will sign a new four or five-year contract. Entering his prime, this could be the former Arsenal player’s biggest contract of his career. Per the report, Gnabry seeing out his career at the Bundesliga club is conceivable.
Gnabry was not satisfied by initial discussions with Bayern, which is the reasoning for the delay in signing an extension. It was reported last month that the German could face consequences if he remained at Bayern without signing a new contract, such as being condemned to the stands.
Gnabry became a prominent figure in Julian Nagelsmann’s Bayern side last season, scoring 14 and creating six in 34 Bundesliga games – his best goal return in the league.