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Talks between Bayern Munich and Chelsea-linked goalkeeper Manuel Neuer about a new contract have stalled over the length of a proposed extension, according to reports.

Neuer has been Bayern’s number one choice between the sticks for a number of seasons since his move from Schalke, with his latest contract – signed in April 2016 – set to expire in the summer of 2021.

With just over a year remaining on Neuer’s current terms, the German champions have reportedly been in talks with the 34-year-old over another extension.

However, according to Bild, Neuer wants another five-year contract taking him to the age of 39, while Bayern have only offered terms until 2023.

The source claims that Neuer is being “tough” in the negotiations, refusing to budge on his demands because he feels that he can make up for lost time after a series of injuries over the past few seasons.

There is, however, a “real problem” posed by a five-year extension in that Schalke goalkeeper Alexander Nubel, who will move to Bayern in the summer, has signed a contract of the same duration.

It is said that Bayern are concerned that Neuer, who will want the guarantee of continued game time, could force Nubel to sit on the bench for the duration of his stay with the Bavarians.

In any case, Bayern and Neuer are said to be “far apart” in negotiations and an agreement does not look like being reached soon.

Chelsea have been linked with a move fo the 92-cap keeper.

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Former Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Petit has praised Bruno Fernandes for impacting Manchester United’s performances in a way that Paul Pogba was “meant to be doing”.

Summer interest turned into a prolonged January pursuit for the 25-year-old, with the Old Trafford giants finally getting their man towards the end of the window in a deal worth an initial 55 million euros (£46.6million).

After an inconsistent first half of the season, Man Utd are unbeaten in the nine games Fernandes has featured in since his move from Sporting Lisbon.

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Pogba, meanwhile, has missed most of the season through injury and Petit has congratulated Fernandes for succeeding where the Frenchman failed.

“Fernandes has made a huge impact,” Petit told the Daily Mirror.

“In the space of two months, he is the best buy in the winter market. He has made such a big impact. It’s like he’s been at the club for six years.

“He’s changed the mentality inside the dressing room. It’s hard for a player to come in mid-season and do that.

“Paul Pogba was meant to be doing this at Manchester United. It’s what he should have done in terms of leadership on the pitch.

“But I’m looking forward to seeing them together on the pitch, I want to see if that can work, and I’m pretty sure it can work.”

 

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Premier League players are often accused of showing no loyalty to a club – but there are a few exceptions to that rule.

Liverpool and Manchester United both have players who have provided years of service and stayed with team through thick and thin.

We’ve looked at the longest-serving player at every Premier League club, based on when they signed their first professional contract with the club.

Read the full article here.

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Juventus forward Paulo Dybala says he feels “much better” and is ready to restart a training regime after his coronavirus diagnosis.

The 26-year-old Argentina international announced last week that he and his girlfriend Oriana Sabatini had both tested positive for the virus.

Although he said at the time both felt in “perfect condition” he has suffered stronger symptoms which prevented him exercising but says he is now on the mend.

In a video chat posted on Juve’s Twitter account he said: “I feel good, much better in fact, after having had some strong symptoms for a couple of days.

“Today I feel much better, without any symptoms and I can move much better, so I will try to train again.

“After having attempted to in the days where the symptoms were strong, I felt uncomfortable very quickly and I couldn’t get any air so I couldn’t do anything. After about five minutes I felt really tired and my body felt heavy, my muscles hurt and I had to stop.

“But luckily both me and my girlfriend feel much better now.”

Dybala was the third Juve player to test positive for the virus, after defender Daniele Rugani and midfielder Blaise Matuidi.

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England’s Golden Generation weren’t able to deliver any actual success – but they did provide some brilliant memories which we remember in the latest episode of The Broken Metatarsal.

Focusing on Sven-Goran Eriksson’s reign from 2001 through to the 2006 World Cup, Rich Williams, Mark Holmes, Rob Conlon and this week’s guest, comedian and Crystal Palace fan Chloe Petts, remember the highs and lows of those five years, from the 5-1 in Germany and David Beckham’s free-kick against Greece to the emergence of Wayne Rooney but ultimately the same old crushing disappointment on penalties.

Paul Konchesky joins on the phone to reveal what it was like stepping into the England camp on a couple of occasions during that period, including as a debutant alongside Rooney in 2003. The former Charlton, West Ham and Fulham left-back also tells a familiar story of cliques in the squad – and how the captain was king at mealtimes.

As always, we finish with an episode of Fact or Fiction in which Rich tries to work out which of the unlikely stories about the Golden Generation is, in fact, true.

You can listen to the episode directly below or find us on Audioboom, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, CastBox, Deezer and RadioPublic among other providers, where you can hear plenty more episodes in which we celebrate the best of noughties football.

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