Mathys Tel extends Bayern Munich stay until 2029

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The 18-year-old moved to Munich from French club Rennes during August 2022.

France Under-21 international Mathys Tel has signed a contract extension with Bayern Munich until the end of June 2029.

Tel, 18, moved to Munich from Ligue 1 side Rennes during August 2022 and his previous deal was set to run until the summer of 2027.

The French forward won the Bundesliga title in his first season at Bayern and has made 59 competitive appearances, scoring 13 goals.

“This contract extension means a lot to me. I’ve already learned a lot at Bayern, both on and off the pitch,” Tel said on the Bayern Munich website.

“Munich has become a home for me and my family, and the fans are also very important to me. I can’t be the player I am without them.

“When you play for Bayern, you always want to win every trophy. I want to score and set up goals, play with heart and energy for Bayern, and give everything for this club and its fans.”


Bayern sporting director Christoph Freund feels there is plenty more to come from the young forward.

“The way he already plays at this level at the age of 18 is something special,” Freund said.

“We want the right mix in our squad, and Mathys plays an important role here.

“He knows what makes Bayern tick, feels comfortable and at home here. Now we are taking the next steps together and are looking forward to the coming years with him.”

Mathys Tel extends Bayern Munich stay until 2029

The 18-year-old moved to Munich from French club Rennes during August 2022.

France Under-21 international Mathys Tel has signed a contract extension with Bayern Munich until the end of June 2029.

Tel, 18, moved to Munich from Ligue 1 side Rennes during August 2022 and his previous deal was set to run until the summer of 2027.

The French forward won the Bundesliga title in his first season at Bayern and has made 59 competitive appearances, scoring 13 goals.

“This contract extension means a lot to me. I’ve already learned a lot at Bayern, both on and off the pitch,” Tel said on the Bayern Munich website.

“Munich has become a home for me and my family, and the fans are also very important to me. I can’t be the player I am without them.

“When you play for Bayern, you always want to win every trophy. I want to score and set up goals, play with heart and energy for Bayern, and give everything for this club and its fans.”


Bayern sporting director Christoph Freund feels there is plenty more to come from the young forward.

“The way he already plays at this level at the age of 18 is something special,” Freund said.

“We want the right mix in our squad, and Mathys plays an important role here.

“He knows what makes Bayern tick, feels comfortable and at home here. Now we are taking the next steps together and are looking forward to the coming years with him.”

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