Bayern Munich wants to nail down perfect loan transfer for Christian Fruchtl.
The transfer plans have been swiftly executed at Bayern Munich this summer. The German club has already completed three signings while bolstering midfield and right-back position are remaining targets to the window. There will be few departures too, including loan moves for players such as Christian Fruchtl.
According to Sport1, Fruchtl remains keen to be an important player for Rekordmeister in future but wants a loan move this year to gain experience. This report insists that Hasan Salihamidzic also believes that Fruchtl has a bright future at the club, but wants to arrange a loan spell this summer that will help him in preparing for challenges in Bavaria.
Fruchtl has been part of the senior team in the past couple of seasons as the third-choice goalkeeper. He is yet to make his debut with the senior team, as Manuel Neuer and Sven Ulreich have never been unavailable at the same time.
The young goalkeeper is highly rated at the club, but he cannot sit on the bench to continue his development. Moreover, the arrival of Alexander Nubel from Schalke this summer makes him fourth choice shot-stopper in the first team.
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Die Roten reaped the rewards after Adrian Fein got his loan spell spot on last summer. The German midfielder has impressed with performances at Hamburg, prompting Rekordmeister to offer him a new deal. Fein is likely to be part of the first-team squad next season. Fruchtl will be looking to find a similar type of loan deal.
A move to Bundesliga side where he will play every weekend will benefit Fruchtl. Sport1 insists that there are no concrete offers for Fruchtl yet. His future is likely to be sorted once the Champions League campaign comes to an end next month. Fruchtl may extend his contract before leaving since his current deal expires in 2022.
Meanwhile, the German media outlet also reports that Sven Ulreich is also yet to receive any offers. The German goalkeeper has struggled for playing time this season, and the next campaign is going to be even more difficult due to the presence of Nubel.
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Die Roten is unlikely to do any transfer business related to departures till the Champions League is concluded. There could be many senior players that may not play in Bavarian colours next year. Thiago Alcantara wants a new adventure, while David Alaba remains firm on wage demands for extending his contract that expires next summer.