Bayern Munich restart talks to sign Justin Che from FC Dallas

Bayern Munich reportedly in talks with FC Dallas to sign Justin Che. (Photo by Sebastian Widmann/Getty Images)
Bayern Munich reportedly in talks with FC Dallas to sign Justin Che. (Photo by Sebastian Widmann/Getty Images) /

Bayern Munich completed one big deal on Monday as they completed the final paperwork to sign Marcel Sabitzer from RB Leipzig. The German champions had identified the Leipzig captain to improve the midfielder department this summer. Die Roten is also negotiating parallelly to improve the reserves team.

According to Spox, Bayern is once again negotiating with FC Dallas to sign young defender Justin Che. It looked certain Che will be staying at the club earlier this summer, but the two clubs couldn’t reach an agreement. The German club is now hoping to close this deal before the end of the transfer window. This report insists that €2 million offer could help Die Roten in sealing the deal.

Spox also confirms that Che could very well stay at  FC Dallas for the time being and move to Bavaria in January if both clubs find an agreement. The young defender is wanted by Die Roten after his impressive six-month loan spell at the club.

Rekordmeister has been working with FC Dallas in the last three years for the development of young players from the USA. Che arrived in Bavaria through this cooperation in February and made a strong impression on young coaches during his spell with the youth team.

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Die Roten has been looking to get the best talents from the US and Canada in the past few windows. They managed to add two very young players in Taylor Booth and Chris Richards to the reserves squad. Meanwhile, Alphonso Davies arrived from Vancouver Whitecaps to establish himself as one of the best left-backs in Europe.

Che will continue to play with the youth teams if the transfer to Die Roten is completed. The 17-year-old defender may get few opportunities to train with the first team, but his development as a player in the next two campaigns is likely to take place in the younger teams.

Meanwhile, Sabitzer is likely to be the last senior signing for Die Roten this summer. The Austrian midfielder was the priority midfield target for the club during the final month of the transfer window. Sabitzer could enjoy a seamless integration in the team since he has worked with Julian Nagelsmann at Leipzig during the last two seasons.

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Mickael Cuisance and Corentin Tolisso could be on their way out on the final day of the window. Bouna Sarr was also reportedly transfer-listed, but he is looking likely to stay put. Sabitzer could be the last significant arrival for the first team, while Che would be the addition to the youth team.