Bayern Munich: Adrian Fein set to return from PSV Eindhoven

Bayern Munich midfielder Adrian Fein will return to Bavaria after loan spell at PSV Eindhoven. (Photo by Photo Prestige/Soccrates/Getty Images)
Bayern Munich midfielder Adrian Fein will return to Bavaria after loan spell at PSV Eindhoven. (Photo by Photo Prestige/Soccrates/Getty Images) /

While Bayern Munich is gearing up for bringing in reinforcement for next season, few players will be returning to the club after their loan spells. Adrian Fein is one of these players that will be looking to find a solution for their long-term future at the club.

Fein was loaned to PSV Eindhoven late in the transfer window last summer. The German midfielder’s loan transfer also included a permanent option that PSV could trigger at the end of the season. However, it does look like his stint in the Netherlands is coming to an end.

While talking to Eindhovens Dagblad, PSV Technical Director John de Jong confirmed that Fein will be returning to Munich at the end of the season. De Jong confirmed that Fein couldn’t continue his development at the club as they would have hoped.

The loan spell has been a big setback for Fein. After enjoying a fruitful loan spell at Hamburg, Fein was given a contract extension last year. There were reports in Germany hinting that Fein will be getting first-team opportunities in Germany. Despite training with the first team in the summer, Fein failed to make a single appearance for the senior team.

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Eventually, Die Roten agreed to a loan deal with PSV in the final few days of the window. During his loan spell in the Dutch league, Fein managed only four starts in Eredivisie. He ended the campaign with 530 minutes, managing two goals and three assists for PSV. (Stats courtesy: Whoscored)

Bayern might look for a permanent move for Fein in the summer since his contract at the club will expire in 2021. Fein had shone for Hamburg in the second division of Germany, so Bundesliga clubs may show interest in the German midfielder. It will be interesting to see whether Die Roten gives him an opportunity to impress during pre-season since they are looking to improve midfield in the summer.

Apart from Adrian Fein, Mickael Cuisance is also going to return to Munich in the summer. The French midfielder struggled to convince Marseille to make his transfer permanent. After the arrival of Jorge Sampaoli, Cuisance did show signs of improvement, but he has been completely dropped from the squad for the last two gameweeks.

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Joshua Zirkzee has also endured a poor loan spell at Parma, so he will also return to Bavaria in the summer. Lukas Mai and Chris Richards got a lot of playing time in their loan spells, but they may need another loan move to continue their development. Christian Fruchtl will also return after a miserable spell at Nurnberg. Rekordmeister needs to improve the loan system after having more failures than success in the last 12 months.