Bayern Munich want to make Justin Che’s move permanent
The American fullback has been on loan with the Bundesliga giants for some months and the bosses have traveled to Texas to continue transfer talks with FC Dallas.
Justin Che has been on loan for three months with Bayern Munich and the American fullback has made quite an impression among the coaching staff during his time with the third team. Now the bosses from the Bundesliga giants want to make the move permanent and they are willing to pay what is asked.
Ongoing negotiations with FC Dallas
According to journalist Steven Goff, Bayern Munich officials are expected to arrive in Texas on Monday to continue the negotiations with FC Dallas over the 17-year-old fullback. Meanwhile, Che has been with the United States Men’s national team camp in Switzerland and the MLS side is expected to ask $1.5 million to make the move permanent.
The next few weeks will be crucial for the future of Justin Che whose loan spell with Bayern Munich is set to expire on 30 June. Both clubs have been working side-by-side over the years to send young prospects to train in Germany during the Major League Soccer off-season and Che is the latest prospect to touch down in the Bundesliga.
The young fullback has dual-citizenship and he has left the door open to join the German national team if he gets a call in the near future. He arrived at the Bundesliga giants on 1 February for a three-week trial period, but his performances with the youth team made the coaching staff extend his stay in Munich.