Gladbach's Florian Neuhaus, who is being linked with FC Bayern and Real Madrid, has a release clause in his contract, according to Sky.
|Florian Neuhaus.||Photo: Borussia Mönchengladbach|
Highly-rated Borussia Mönchengladbach midfielder Florian Neuhaus is understood to have a release clause in his contract.
When Neuhaus signed a contract extension until 2024 with Gladbach in November 2019, a release clause of 'well over' €40 million was included in the deal, according to Sky.
The central midfielder has been linked with Bayern München and refused to rule out a future switch to the German champions when he was asked about the speculation back in November.
"I don't want to commit myself to that. FC Bayern is a big club. I have also got to know a couple of guys from Bayern in the national team who only speak positively about the club," Neuhaus said and continued:
"My dad is also a huge Bayern fan. But I'm a Borussia Monchengladbach player and I don't concentrate on anything else."
Neuhaus, who scored the winning goal in Gladbach's 3-2 victory over Bayern on Friday, has netted five times and set up four goals in 22 games this season.
In addition to Bayern, Real Madrid are said to be interested in the German international.