Bayern's goalkeeper Neuer ruled out with injury

Germany and Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer has been ruled out for the rest of the year due to another hairline fracture of the metatarsal in his left foot.

However, following an operation, Bayern will now have to do without the Germany global until January. Following a final diagnosis on Monday lunchtime, the Bayern captain underwent surgery early on Tuesday morning to fix the damage.

Bayern fell at the hands of a plucky Hannover side the weekend before a Champions League clash that had their focus, but they also have yet to look like they've gotten up to full speed yet this season. "Dr. Ulrich Stöckle in Tübingen, invloved setting the fracture with a plate".

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"The operation went smoothly and that is the most important thing right now", Bayern's CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said.

Neuer will miss the remaining Champions League group games, their league and cup double-header against RB Leipzig at the end of October and an away match at current Bundesliga leaders Borussia Dortmund in early November. Neuer already underwent a surgery successfully but he will be out of action for six months. We and our captain are looking to the future.

Sven Ulreich, Bayern's back-up goalkeeper, is expected to start in Neuer's place. "Manuel will be available as strong as ever in January".

  • Regina Holmes