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Bayern Munich keeper Manuel Neuer ruled out until January

20 September 2017, 12:52 | Rose Hansen

Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer out until January with another foot injury

Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer out until January with another foot injury

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.

Bayern Munich's goalkeeper Manuel Neuer will miss the first-half of the season due to a foot injury, the German record champions confirmed in an official statement on Tuesday.

The club expects the goalkeeper to return to action in January.

The 31-year-old Neuer sustained an injury to the foot back in April, then re-injured it once again on Monday during a training session. The op, performed by Prof. Neuer will now miss Bayern's Champions League group-stage run-in, including home and away ties against Celtic, as well as Germany's remaining World Cup qualifiers for Russian Federation 2018 - meaning he will not be available against Northern Ireland on October 5, live on Sky Sports Mix.

With Neuer ruled out, Bayern boss Carlo Ancelotti is expected to place his trust in stand-in stopper Sven Ulreich.

"Manuel Neuer has sustained another injury and we're incredibly sorry for him", said Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, per ESPN.

"We are now looking to the future". The 29-year-old, formerly of Stuttgart, has played in 12 competitive matches since joining Bayern's club in 2015.

Mark Lovell covers Bayern Munich for ESPN FC.

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