Bayern Munich looking to seal permanent deal for Justin Che

Bayern Munich wants to permanently sign Justin Che. (Photo by Sebastian Widmann/Getty Images)
Bayern Munich wants to permanently sign Justin Che. (Photo by Sebastian Widmann/Getty Images) /

While the eyes of Bavarian faithful will be on first-team signings at Bayern Munich, the club will also look to strengthen the reserves team. It was a difficult season for the second team as they were relegated from 3.Liga. The reserves team will need strengthening for a better season next year.

The German Champions have been consistently signing some of the best young players in the world over the last three-four years. Since the transfer market for senior players is inflated, investing in younger players proves to be a fruitful strategy in the long run.

In order to improve the reserves team for next season, Die Roten is going to complete the signing of 17-year-old defender Justin Che. The teenager has been on loan at the German club from FC Dallas since the start of 2021.

Justin Che was recently included in the senior team of the USA for upcoming international games. While talking to SportBild this week, US head coach Gregg Berhalter confirmed that Die Roten is eager to complete the permanent deal for Che. He also insisted that Che has made a very good impression during training at Sabner Strasse.

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Die Roten has been working with FC Dallas in the last few seasons for the development of young players. The US-based club has been sending young players for trials and loans at Die Roten. Previously, Rekordmeister managed to get a gem at the club after Chris Richards was signed permanently from FC Dallas. Richards has already made his first-team debut, and he also had a productive loan spell at Hoffenheim during the second half of last season.

Considering the fact that Justin Che has got the callup to the national team at the age of 17 highlights his enormous potential. He is unlikely to make his debut for the first team next season, but slowly and steadily, if he continues to grow, then the opportunity will arrive for him.

Rekordmeister has been smart in terms of looking for the best young talents across the club. They already have two fantastic young players in Alphonso Davies and Jamal Musiala that are certain first-team players after enjoying good breakthrough campaigns.

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Along with bringing young talents to the club, Bayern needs to get better in terms of arranging good loan spells. They had a very poor success rate last summer. Not every player is going to have a breakthrough in Munich, but finding the right clubs for their development should always be on the agenda for Die Roten.