Bayern Munich lay down plans for young players from reserves team.
It has been an effective and aggressive approach used by Bayern Munich in the transfer window after clinching the domestic double at the start of July. The German club has strengthened the first team by signing three players, which included the big-money arrival of Leroy Sane from Manchester City.
The German club has also started laying down plans for youth players ahead of the start of next season in September. According to Sport1, Chris Richards, Malik Tillman, Jamal Musiala, and Bright Arrey-Mbi will be training with the first team next season. Richards and Musiala made their Bundesliga debut under Hansi Flick last month.
In terms of outgoings, Lukas Mai has already gone out on loan to Darmstadt 98. As per the report from Sport1, Leon Dajaku could also play away from the club next season. The young forward is being monitored by FC Utrecht and FC St. Gallen for the next campaign.
Joshua Zirkzee has established himself in the first team as a backup striker after enjoying a productive debut campaign under Flick. The Dutch striker has been an able deputy for Robert Lewandowski whenever the Polish striker was out due to injury in February and March.
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The German champions also want Oliver Batista Meier to be involved in the first team. The young midfielder is unlikely to be allowed to go out on loan next season. Sarpreet Singh could also get opportunities next season. The Kiwi star also got his first debut this campaign after joining the German club last summer.
Meanwhile, Jann-Fiete Arp is also eager to stay at the club and fight his way back in the first-team plans. The German forward is in no mood to go on loan this summer. He is initially going to be part of reserves since he was not spotted training with the first team this week. Arp has endured a frustrating campaign due to injuries and poor form.
The development of Adrian Fein into a reliable midfielder at Hamburg further stresses the importance of getting right loan spells for young players. Fein started training with the first team this week. The German midfielder is set to get first-team opportunities next season.
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Die Roten always had decent amount of youth players in their successful teams. They have struggled to integrate promising talents in the last few seasons. However, laying down strong plans for the current group of young players will be a step in the right direction for the future.