Bayern Munich loan watch: Josip Stanišić wins Bundesliga title, Alexander Nübel stars for Stuttgart

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Paul Wanner

Wanner showcased his quality in the second division of German football, scoring seven goals and assisting a further three for SV Elversberg. The 18 year old featured regularly and made the most of his minutes, with his performances helping Elversberg secure a respectable 11th place finish in the 2. Bundesliga.

Another loan spell is set to follow for Wanner, who could now be in line for a move to a Bundesliga club. Werder Bremen and Borussia Mönchengladbach are said to be leading the race for the attacking midfielder’s signature.

Frans Krätzig

After breaking into the Bayern Munich first-team during the first half of the season, young left-back Frans Krätzig made the switch to Austria Vienna on a loan deal in the winter transfer window. He featured regularly for the Austrian side, making a total of 17 appearances across all competitions. 

Krätzig was used in a variety of different roles, playing in midfield and at left wing-back. He scored one goal and assisted three for Austria Vienna, and will return to Bayern Munich this summer with the hope of securing a spot in the first-team.

Gabriel Vidovic

Gabriel Vidovic made the switch to Croatia last summer, joining Dinamo Zagreb on a season-long loan deal. The talented winger made a big impact, helping Dinamo win the Hrvatska nogometna liga title. The 20 year old found the back of the net on nine occasions and also registered three assists in 40 appearances for Dinamo Zagreb.

Vidovic will return to Bayern this summer with the aim of making the first-team. He will also hope to get the opportunity to make his mark on Vincent Kompany during pre-season.