FC Bayern Munich will in all likelihood tie central defender Justin Che to the club for the long term. The 17-year-old moved from the US partner club FC Dallas to Munich as part of a loan deal in February.
Che initially signed a contract until the end of the season, but according to media reports, the German record champions have a purchase option. This purchase option should now be drawn in the summer.
After this Sport1 recently reported an interest in a firm commitment The Athletic now new details on the financial framework.
Accordingly, there is a transfer fee between three and four million US dollars. In addition, Dallas is trying to anchor a resale clause in the contract. According to the report, the clubs involved are confident that the transfer will take place during the summer break.
Che has so far been used in seven games of the second team. Besides Chris Richards, he is the second player who has switched to FC Bayern as part of the cooperation with the MLS club Dallas.