The Munich-based outfit are eager to agree New terms with Notable Characters on and off the field, with David Alaba another of These in future Discussions
Bayern Munich are working on a new deal for interim coach Hansi Flick and extended stays for key men like Thomas Muller, Manuel Neuer, and David Alaba, says former team president Uli Hoeness.

He’s done a nice job of this, with Bayern back in the summit domestically and waiting to discover whether they’ll be given the opportunity to push through into the quarter-finals of the Champions League.

Such efforts will be rewarded, with Flick in line to land a permanent contract.

Hoeness told Sport1: “I can not say anything about that; the executive board decides for us.

“I believe Hansi Flick has done a super job so far. Sooner or later, the board will approach the supervisory board with a proposal. That will surely now happen sometime in the not too distant future.”

While Flick’s future has to be addressed as a matter of urgency, many senior celebrities in the playing positions are approaching the last 12 months of their individual terms.

Questions are asked of Boateng’s future for a while, whilst Alaba has hinted he might be tempted to undertake a new challenge after spending his entire career so far with Bayern.

Hoeness cannot find the German winners parting with any player that they believe to be crucial to the origin, with retention talks have been held.

He added: “We’ve got four or five major players whose contracts expire next year.

“I understand that talks are happening now with them all, and I hope very much that everything goes ”

Bayern have loads of time to concentrate on contract discussions at present as the Bundesliga is one of those branches to have closed down amid the coronavirus pandemic.