Bayern Munich CEO Jan-Christian Dressen confirmed on Monday that the signing of Israeli goalkeeper Daniel Peretz represents an funding for the long run, not a short lived deal throughout Manuel Neuer’s restoration from damage.
Bayern signed Peretz from Maccabi Tel Aviv on a five-year contract on Friday, making the 23-year-old goalkeeper the primary Israeli to play for the membership.
Neuer, 37, has been sidelined since he fractured his leg whereas snowboarding final December, and whereas the Germany goalkeeper began coaching individually, he nonetheless wanted a number of weeks earlier than taking part in matches.
With the departure of the 2 goalkeepers, Jan Sommer and Alexander Noble, Bayern needed to depend on 35-year-old Sven Ulrich within the first two league matches, because the workforce achieved two victories.
Driessen stated in a press convention: Contracting with Bertz represents an funding for the long run. He’s solely 23 years outdated. The age distinction with Manuel is large so he can be taught rather a lot from Manuel in addition to from Sven, and with Daniel we’re planning for the long run, which is why we signed him for 5 years.
He continued: In an effort to play in Bayern, you want enthusiasm and power. We imagine Daniel has this high quality, which is why we signed him.