Bayern Munich: Adrian Fein subject to interest from Greuther Furth

Bayern Munich midfielder Adrian Fein could go on loan this summer. (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images)
Bayern Munich midfielder Adrian Fein could go on loan this summer. (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images) /

The pre-season training at Sabner Strasse will allow non-international players to get back in full rhythm, while few players will be looking to sort their futures. Adrian Fein reported to pre-season training at Bayern Munich, but he is probably looking for an immediate solution for a transfer.

According to Bild, Fein doesn’t believe that he has a future at Die Roten. This report also insists that Fein will be looking to play in the Bundesliga next season, with Greuther Furth showing interest in him. However, there is no hint of active negotiations for Fein in this report.

Fein enjoyed a very productive loan spell at Hamburg in 2019/20. The German Champions handed him a contract extension midway through the season due to his impressive performances in 2.Bundesliga. However, things have not gone Fein’s way since signing the contract extension.

After a productive spell at Hamburg, Adrian Fein returned to Sabner Strasse for pre-season training last season. However, he couldn’t get playing time at the start of the season. Eventually, Rekordmeister arranged a loan move to PSV Eindhoven at the end of the summer transfer window.

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The move to PSV was a disappointing transfer for the young German midfielder. He struggled to get consistent playing time, ending the campaign with just four starts in Eredivisie. The Dutch club reportedly had the option of signing Fein permanently for €10 million, but they decided against activating this clause. (Stats courtesy: Whoscored)

With competition for places in the midfield getting stiffer at Die Roten, Adrian Fein will find it difficult to break into the first-team plans. The German Champions are also looking to add one more midfielder this summer provided they generate enough funds from sales of few players. In such a scenario, the 22-year-old midfielder should look to seal a move away from the club as soon as possible.

Rekordmeister should be looking to sort a much better loan move for the young midfielder. A good loan move for the German midfielder might eventually help Die Roten to get a significant transfer fee next summer. Since Fein has two years left on his contract, Bayern can afford to sanction a loan move.

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Fein was one of the best midfielders in the second division during his time at Hamburg. His development had been hampered by a difficult season last year. However, Adrian Fein has time on his side to get things back on track next season. Die Roten and Fein should make sure that the next step is accurate to guarantee the growth of the midfielder.