Bayern Munich’s Niklas Süle has a contract expiring at the end of the current season and his decision not to sign a new deal so far has resulted in other clubs taking an interest him.

Last month, we carried a report from Sport1, who explained that Newcastle United are showing interest in the defender.

It was also explained the 26-year-old can imagine a future in the Premier League, but a move to the Tyneside club didn’t appeal him.

There seems to be a change in the centre-back’s stance towards the Magpies if Bild journalist Christian Falk is to be believed.

Falk took to Twitter to discuss the Premier League side, who were acquired by Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund in October, wanting the Germany international.

He explained talks between Newcastle and the player’s camp took place ‘three weeks ago’. The journalist even added Süle is ‘interested in the project of Newcastle’.

During the video, he also said: “That is definitely true. We have already reported on the interest but now there are talks, three weeks ago to be precise. What did we hear about the first talks and is he interested? He has no problem with the fact that they are not playing internationally yet and that makes it insanely dangerous. The Newcastle project is interesting for him.”

The English club have come forward for Süle and him showing interest in the new project at St James’ Park could jeopardise Bayern’s desire to tie down the defender to a new deal.