The future of some loanees from Bayern Munich hangs in the balance

According to a report from Kicker (as captured by Tweet embed), the future of many Bayern Munich opponents hangs in the balance.

Striker Jan Viet Arp, defender Lars Lukas Mai, goalkeeper Ron Thorpen Hoffmann and midfielder Adrian Wien all return to Bayern Munich after varying degrees of success – or failure – on their respective loans. The Rekordmeister Willing to listen to reasonable offers for them all.

As for Chris Richards and Joshua Zirkzee, the club is planning to give them a chance to play for Bayern Munich.

Anderlecht wants to keep Zerkezi, but may not be able to afford Bayern Munich’s alleged €10m price tag. Zirkzee is said to be good at staying at Anderlecht as well, but Bayern Munich hold the cards in this situation. Zirkzee’s position with dies routine It could get worse depending on what happens with Robert Lewandowski.

For Richards, the path to Bayern Munich’s playing time may seem dead-end, but the USMNT defender could be ready to break through at the club. Julian Nagelsmann could use a three-back formation and if any of his other midfielders are injured or suffer a drop in form, Richards will have a chance to prove himself.

Benjamin Pavard slips inside to join Lucas Hernandez, Diet Opicano and Tanguy Nyanzo as Nagelsmann’s centre-back. Pavard is coming off a strong season, but Hernandez, who was also good last season, has had a few injuries during the season.

Upamecano and Nianzou have struggled at times with their form and fortitude. Upamecano was better than Nianzou, who didn’t seem ready for any significant role with the team.

At some point, Richards may be able to capitalize on this situation.

Finally, it looks like Sarpreet Singh is going to Werder Bremen to continue his career:

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