FC Dallas and US youth defender Justin Che have agreed to borrow from FC Bayern Munich, sources told ESPN.
17-year-old Che has agreed to move to the Bundesliga championship as he is approved by FIFA as he is classified as a “minor,” sources told ESPN.
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Che has a German passport, which made the negotiations easier, but if the move is approved – with sources confident it will get the green light – he will be loaned to Bayern Munich with the move for six months, with no purchase option included.
Che has been training at FC Bayern Munich for the past three weeks as part of the player development program. Same chainsaw Chris Richards He is moving from FC Dallas to FC Bayern Munich in 2019. He has since made his USMNT debut, joining Hoffenheim on a six-month loan deal.
Che trained at Bayern from January 6th to 29th and the German champions wanted to take a closer look at him and therefore offered him a six-month loan contract, in which Che will probably play for his reserves in the 3rd division.
Che graduated from the Dallas Academy and plays as a center-back, but can also cover right-backs. He has played for the US Under-16s on an international level.