The 29-year-old comes from the Eisbären Berlin to the Isar, the Munich announced on Monday. Niederberger had already moved to the Bavarian capital for the first time in 2013, but left the club to the USA a little later.
Since then, the contact has “never torn down, we were always in a friendly exchange,” said sports director Christian Winkler. “After the door opened to an obligation, there was excellent discussions with the result that Mathias will return to Munich.”
Red Bull Munich has been one of the best teams in Europe for years and acts with a sustainable and long -term strategy.
The 53-fold international was one of the key characters in the final victory of the polar bears against Munich last week. Again and again he prevented the goal with strong parades and contributed significantly to victory. The Munich title Hattrick is now four years ago.
“Red Bull Munich has been one of the best teams in Europe for years and acts with a sustainable and long -term strategy,” said Niederberger. “I am looking forward to the challenge of being successful with a new team in a new city.”
Haukeland in return to Berlin?
In return to the Niederberger transfer, the Munich Henrik Haukeland could switch to the capital. The Norwegian goalkeeper would cushion the loss of Niederberger there.