Manuel Neuer has signed a new contract deal with Bayern Munich until June 2024.
The German goal-minder joined Bayern from Schalke back in 2011 and he has been the captain of the club since 2017.
Neuer has made 472 competitive appearances for Bayern, having won 10 Bundesliga titles, five DFB Cups, six DFL Supercups, two Champions Leagues, the Fifa Club World Cup and the Uefa Super Cup.
The 36-year-old shot-stopper has 109 caps for Germany, which is a record in his position and went on to lift the 2014 Fifa World Cup trophy held in Brazil.
“I’m very pleased that my journey continues at FC Bayern. We’ll have a very good team again with which we can play for every title,” said Neuer on signing his new contract.
“As a goalkeeper, captain and leader, I want to be the support and a key factor in our big goals. We want to extend our title record and compete again for the DFB Cup and Champions League.”
Meanwhile, Club CEO Oliver Kahn added: “Manuel Neuer is the best goalkeeper in the world and has been setting the standard around the world for years. It’s a huge achievement to be so consistently world-class for such a long time. We’re very happy to have extended his contract. Manuel is a defining figure in the history of FC Bayern.”