Serge Gnabry determined to stay at Bayern Munich

Serge Gnabry refuses to give up on his time at Bayern Munich as he refuses to get involved in talks with other clubs despite being on the departures list.
Serge Gnabry determined to stay at Bayern Munich.
Serge Gnabry determined to stay at Bayern Munich. / Quality Sport Images/GettyImages

Bayern Munich are making significant changes in the attacking area of the squad. They are close to completing a deal for Michael Olise from Crystal Palace. Bayern have also started negotiations with Paris Saint-Germain to sign Xavi Simons.

The Bavarian club is open to listening offers for Kingsley Coman and Serge Gnabry to make space for Olise and Simons. Coman is attracting interest from PSG. The French winger is open to leaving Bavaria this summer for a new adventure. The same cannot be said about Serge Gnabry.

The German forward had a difficult last season due to injuries. He suffered a couple of injuries that kept him out for months. Gnabry was gaining momentum in his performances in April before suffering a hamstring injury that ended his season.

Gnabry returned to Sabner Strasse this week to start preparations for next season. The 28-year-old winger is not ready to give up on his time at Bayern. While talking to Sky Sports on Tuesday, Gnabry insisted that he is looking forward to the new season. As per Sky, Gnabry is not talking to other clubs regarding a transfer.

"We're looking forward to the new season. We all have now put last season behind us. Last season wasn't good for us and for me personally with all the injuries etc. That's why we all want to attack again. The cards will be reshuffled and we'll do our best next season."

Serge Gnabry

Gnabry has been inconsistent for Bayern since signing the new deal in 2022. The German winger is one of the highest earners in the squad. It is the right time for Die Roten to part ways with the German winger as he turns 29 next month.

Bayern and Vincent Kompany will hold talks with Gnabry about his role in the squad. The Bavarian club wants to extend Leroy Sane’s contract, while Mathys Tel is expected to get more game time next season. With the potential signings of Olise and Simons, Gnabry will struggle to get consistent playing time.

Despite the poor last couple of seasons, Gnabry will have plenty of suitors in Europe if he decides to leave Bavaria. He is ready to bounce back next season in the Bavarian colours. However, things may change as the summer progresses. Gnabry will be forced to consider options if Bayern cannot give assurances over game time. Die Roten need to raise funds for the squad overhaul, so a transfer may benefit all parties this summer.