Eintracht goalkeeper Kevin Trapp could replace Manuel Neuer in goal for Bayern Munich, the German newspaper “Bild” reports.
The German media remind us that the management of the Munich club is still looking for an experienced and reliable goalkeeper to replace the injured Manuel Neuer.
The captain of the Bavarians suffered a serious injury while skiing, which ended his season.
“Representatives of the Munich club approached Trapp, and official negotiations should begin after the New Year holidays.” “Trap is not against moving to Bayern, but the final word will be given by the representatives of the two clubs,” states “Bild.”
Trapp grew up in Kaiserslautern, and then from 2012 to 2015 he was a member of Eintracht.
He then defended for PSG and returned to Eintracht in 2018.
He played six matches for the German national team.