Bayern goalkeeper Sven Ulreich has signed a contract with Hamburg. The goalkeeper’s agreement with the new team is designed for three years, the press service of the team reports. The transfer amount was € 500,000.
Ulreich has played for Bayern Munich since 2015, having transferred from Stuttgart for € 3.5 million. The goalkeeper played 70 matches for the Munich club, conceded 77 goals, and left the net 22 times.
In 2019 Ulreich was invited to the national team for the first time but did not play a single match for the German national team.
Earlier, the Munich club signed a five-year contract with Schalke 04 goalkeeper Alexander Nobel. The goalkeeper transferred to Bayern on 1 July 2020. Munich does not plan to give the player on loan and expects that he will become the second goalkeeper after Manuel Neuer.