Germany's main sporting tabloid reports that negotiations between FC Bayern München and OSC Lille for a two-year-loan out of backup keeper Alexander Nübel are on the verge of collapsing.
|Alexander Nübel.||Photo: Елена Рыбакова, Soccer.ru, CC BY-SA 3.0|
The German record champions are evidently quite serious about protecting their interests when it comes to arranging a long-term loan for disaffected back-up keeper Alexander Nübel. The sporting department for Germany's Bild-Zeitung claims that the FCB not only want Nübel's loan club to assume the burden of his €5 million annual salary, but seek a sizable loan-fee as well.
According to Sport Bild, this is the point upon which a potential loan to Ligue 1 Champions OSC Lille shall soon be ruled out. The French and German league winners are thought to be miles apart on any potential deal.
Such a development may revive negotiations with Ligue 1's AS Monaco, were former FCB trainer Nico Kovac is known to have expressed interest in procuring the former Schalke net-minder on a two-year-loan some months back.