Justin Che will not return to Bayern Munich II on a permanent deal following his loan spell in Germany. Having played last season briefly in Bundesliga, now, Justin Che chooses FC Dallas over Bayern Munich.
The teenager impressed during a four-month spell with the club that topped the Bundesliga table earlier this season.
The 17-year-old linked up with the Bavarian outfit’s second team in February this year.
And he was brilliant during his four-month loan stay, even as they suffered relegation to the Regionalliga.
Still, he will not be returning to the Bundesliga giants, Bayern Munich II, for the time being at least.
However, the FC Dallas defender could still be the subject of a winter transfer window bid from the Bundesliga champions.
Bundesliga – Justin Che Chooses FC Dallas over Bayern Munich
Nonetheless, though a later move remains a distinct possibility, the teenager will not be returning to Europe any time soon.
After all, Justin Che has received his first senior call-up to the USMNT in May.
Initially, completed a three-week training stint in January as part of a small group of Dallas players sent to Bayern.
Then, Hansi Flick’s side took Che on a further short-term basis by and they fielded him in their reserve outfit.
Since then, he made eight appearances in all for the club, including six starts. This was as Holger Seitz and later Martin Demichelis attempted to avert the drop into relegation.
Now, however, Dallas have informed Che and his family that they intend to keep him close following his stint away.
And reportedly, the player is going to respect this decision of his MLS outfit. Indeed, Dallas have him contracted through the end of 2023.
Regardless of all this, Goal claim that there could yet be a further offer from Bayern for Che.
Although, Bayern is not likely to put forth a new deal until the end of the year at the earliest.