Tanner Tessmann set to train with Bayern Munich
According to a report from ESPN, the FC Dallas homegrown midfielder is all set to train with FC Bayern Munich during the Major League Soccer off-season.
The United States keeps producing young talented players that are trying to shine in Europe’s biggest clubs. Many of them like Weston McKennie (Juventus) and Sergiño Dest (FC Barcelona) have so impressed their respective clubs in their first six months that other teams in Europe are looking at the MLS for young talent.
Tanner Tessman on his way to Munich
According to a report from ESPN, 19-year-old Tanner Tessman is set to train with FC Bayern Munich during the Major League Soccer pre-season. The league is set to start in mid-March, so meanwhile the FC Dallas homegrown midfielder will resume his holidays to keep working on accomplishing his dreams and sign with a European team in the near future.
Tessman signed a homegrown contract with FC Dallas on 27 February 2020 and he has impressed in his first season in MLS. The 19-year-old made 19 appearances, nine as a starter, and was included in the MLS 22 Under 22 rankings.
There is a chance that Tessmann will be called up to the United States men’s national team training camp later this month, but if he isn’t, he will join the German giants during this off-season. Tessmann will join the long list of FC Dallas players that have joined Bayern for training prior to the beginning of the season.
Back in November 2019, FC Dallas player’s Edwin Cerrillo, Ricardo Pepi, David Rodriguez and Bryan Reynolds spent two weeks training with FC Bayern Munich as part of the clubs Elite Player Development Partnership.