Bayern Munich want to extend the contracts of Manuel Neuer, Thomas Müller, and David Alaba, but are looking to offload Jerome Boateng, Javi Martinez and Corentin Tolisso this summer. 


Neuer has been ever-present for the Bavarians this season, keeping 15 clean sheets in 37 appearances, while Müller and Alaba remain a regular fixture in the first team.


Boateng, meanwhile, hasn't been playing regularly this season and was the subject of rumours linking him with a move to Arsenal in January.

According to ​​Sport Bild, 33-year-old ​Neuer wants a lengthy extension to his contract, despite the ​imminent arrival of Schalke goalkeeper Alexander Nübel. 30-year-old ​Müller wants a similar commitment, and this new contract could be his last significant one with Die Roten.


Alaba, however, is unsure as to whether he will sign a new deal with ​Bayern. He has been deployed as a centre-back for much of the season, with Alphonso Davies occupying Alaba's usual position of left-back. 


The Austrian is said to be tempted by the possibility of moving to ​La Liga to join one of Barcelona or Real Madrid.


Bayern are also hopeful wrapping up the permanent signing of on-loan Inter winger Ivan Perisic, for a fee between €15m and €20m.

Manuel Neuer,David Alaba

To generate some much needed funds, Bild claim that Bayern are also looking to sell Tolisso and Martinez, in addition to Boateng.


Neither have been permanent fixtures in the side this season, through injuries and lack of form, and may opt to leave the Allianz Arena if it becomes apparent that their first-team chances will be limited.


The Bavarians are currently four points ahead of second-placed ​Borussia Dortmund, and appeared to be in pole position to win an eighth consecutive ​Bundesliga title before the German FA suspended the league due to the coronavirus outbreak. 

Bayern had been on a sensational run of form, winning ten out of their last 11 games and going unbeaten throughout the entirety of 2020. Hans-Dieter Flick's side are also performing well in the ​Champions League, winning all six of their group stage games, also thrashing ​Chelsea 3-0 in the first leg of their round of 16 clash.