The European Champions will wait to see how things develop under Pep Guardiola before offering Arjen Robben, Toni Kroos, David Alaba and Jerome Boateng new contracts.
Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz-Rummenigge has said that he is not planning on starting contract talks with Argen Robben, Toni Kroos, David Alaba and Jerome Boateng for the foreseeable future, Goal.com reports.
The four players only have two years left on their current deals and it was expected that they would all be offered new deals shortly following the clubs decision to offer winger Frank Ribery a new deal.
However, Rummenigge will not be making any moves to tie the quartet down to new contracts until well into Pep Guardiola’s reign at the club.
“We want to wait how things develop and then discuss the situation internally,” the Bayern chief was quoted as saying by Kicker.
“Let’s not forget that all players still have two years to go on their current contract.”
Bayern have busy in the transfer market this summer, with the club wanting to build on the historic treble that they won last season.
Mario Gotze arrived from bitter rivals Borussia Dortmund earlier in the summer while Guardiola was able to sign Thiago Alcantara from his former club Barcelona, beating the likes of Manchester United to the Spaniard’s signature.