There is a possibility that Jan Sommer will leave Bayern Munich at the end of this season.
He is a top-notch goalkeeper from Switzerland. He is 183 cm tall and short for a goalkeeper, but his super save and stability based on his excellent reflexes are outstanding. He also has the ability to move his feet required by goalkeepers in modern soccer, and his composure and judgment stand out when deploying his build-up.
He grew up in Basel,메이저사이트 the ‘prestige’ of his home league. He gained experience while on loan and became a regular starter from the 2011–12 season. He quickly established himself by playing in 8 matches in the European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) and succeeded in advancing to the big leagues in the 2014-15 season.
The destination is Borussia Monchengladbach. Showing off his outstanding ability to save, Sommer established himself as a starter from the first year of his transfer. He quickly completed adaptation, recording 20 clean sheets in 48 matches, including cup competitions, and was evaluated as a top-class goalkeeper in the league.
Since then, he has been consistently active. He played more than 30 league games every season without major injury, and Sommer’s ability to save shone even when the team was faltering.
Thanks to this consistency, he was recognized by a big club and joined Munich this season. Manuel Neuer was ruled out for the season due to an embarrassing injury, and Munich, in a hurry, took advantage of the winter transfer window to recruit Sommer. Thanks to the absence of ‘competitor’ Neuer, he jumped to No.1 immediately. He appeared in 22 matches including cup competitions in the second half and kept 7 clean sheets.
It is Sommer who filled Neuer’s empty spot well, but it is unclear whether he will accompany him next season. Reporter Christian Polk of the German media ‘Bild’ said that both parties had agreed that if Neuer’s condition returned at the end of this season, Sommer could transfer.
transfer than competition. There was a reason for Sommer’s choice. This is because UEFA Euro 2024 will be held next year. Ahead of a big tournament, Sommer wanted to keep his fighting spirit, so he decided it would be easier to move to another team than to compete with Neuer in Munich.