After his cruciate ligament fracture in October, Niklas Süle faced Leverkusen in the cup final to the square return. In any case, coach Hansi Flick gave the defender hope.
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Soccer player Niklas Süle at Bayern Munich could potentially make a comeback after a one-month hiatus due to a cruciate ligament rupture. The 24-year-old defender would finish the final training session for the DFB Cup final against Bayer Leverkusen in Berlin next Friday, “and then we’ll decide if he’s in the squad tomorrow,” said Bayern coach Hansi Flick.
Süle’s injury to Augsburg
Süle had ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee on October 19 last year when he was 2-2 against FC Augsburg. “He has developed very well,” said Flick. According to Bayern’s 55-year-old coach, Süle also denied all previous units with the team this week.
Only Javier Martínez and Corentin Tolisso will miss Flick this Saturday at the Olympic Stadium in Berlin (from 8 pm in the live ticker of Chillreport). All other players are on board. With opponents Leverkusen, coach Peter Bosz has to do without Dailey Sinkgraven and Paulinho.