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Neuer season is gone, after a ski mishap posts pictures

Munich Sommer

Neuer had taken a sabbatical to attempt to recover after Germany’s World Cup first-round loss. He posted a picture of himself in a hospital bed with his thumb up and a caption on Instagram.

“What can I say, the end of the year could definitely have gone better…

“While I was trying to get my head clear while ski touring, I suffered a lower leg fracture.

“Yesterday’s surgery went well. Many thanks to the doctors!

“It hurts to know that the current season is over for me.”

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Bayern will be without Neuer, 36, a crucial part of the German team. That won the 2014 World Cup, for the crucial portion of the season, both domestically and in the Champions League. Bayern is in first place in the Bundesliga standings, four points ahead of Freiburg, and will play Paris Saint-Germain in a difficult round of the Champions League on February 14.

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What are the updates on Neuer?

Bayern will be without Neuer, 36, for the crucial portion of the season, both domestically and in the Champions League. Neuer was a crucial part of the German team that won the World Cup in 2014. He stands behind Lucas Hernandez, a defender who represents France internationally. Hernandez’s severe knee injury. Which he sustained in France’s 4-1 victory over Australia in their World Cup finals campaign opener. Also, he is to be on the side for the remainder of the season.

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Bayern is in first place in the Bundesliga standings, four points ahead of Freiburg, and will play Paris Saint-Germain in a difficult round of the Champions League on February 14. Neuer will not be the starting goalkeeper. For the rest of the season Sven Ulreich. Neuer, who has already missed a portion of the season due to a shoulder injury, has Bayern’s full backing and a deal that runs until 2024.

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