Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn has confirmed that the club are in talks with Serge Gnabry over a new deal at the Allianz Arena.
The 26-year-old is due to become a free agent in under 18 months time, and his next career move is shrouded in uncertainty amid links with a switch to another European league.
Real Madrid, Liverpool and Manchester United have all been linked with a swoop for Gnabry, with Los Blancos defender David Alaba supposedly pushing for his side to sign his former teammate.
The former Arsenal starlet is currently weighing up his options, though, with Kahn telling SPORT1 reporter Kerry Hau: “We’re in talks with Gnabry – we trust him. He’s still in the process of reflection.”
The German champions are confident of announcing imminent renewals for Thomas Muller and Manuel Neuer, while president Herbert Hainer recently revealed that a second round of negotiations with Robert Lewandowski will soon take place.
Gnabry has amassed 15 goals and 10 assists from 41 matches in a Bayern Munich shirt this term and has won three Bundesliga titles and the Champions League since his arrival from Werder Bremen in 2017.