Bayern Munich are still interested in signing Kepa Arrizabalaga from Chelsea, according to reports from Todofichajes.
The German giants tried to sign the Spanish goalkeeper last summer, but he ended up joining Real Madrid on loan instead.
Neuer is now back in action, but he is 37 years old and Bayern are looking for a long-term replacement.
Sven Ulreich, Bayern’s current second-choice goalkeeper, is also a veteran and is expected to leave the club next summer.
Bayern are therefore planning to make a move for Kepa in the summer.
They believe he is the ideal candidate to replace Neuer and they are confident of reaching an agreement with Chelsea.
Kepa was open to joining Bayern last summer and he is still interested in a move to the Allianz Arena.
Chelsea are also keen to sell Kepa, who has one year left on his contract. They would be willing to accept a fee of around €10 million for him.
A move to Bayern would be a good opportunity for Kepa to get regular playing time.
He would be competing with Neuer for the number one spot, but he would also be guaranteed to play in a number of games each season.
It remains to be seen whether Bayern will be able to sign Kepa, but they are certainly interested in him.
He is a talented goalkeeper with a lot of potential and he would be a good addition to the Bayern squad.