FC Bayern Munich has announced the departure of two more players. Christian Früchtl and Ron-Thorben Hoffmann, both goalkeepers, have left the club.
Christian Früchtl and Ron-Thorben Hoffmann will both join Austria Vienna and Eintracht Braunschweig, respectively, after leaving the German champions.
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Früchtl joined the FC Bayern Academy in 2014 when he was 14 years old. He won the German B Youth Championship with the German record champions, among other things, and gained a professional contract over time.
He was loaned to 1. FC Nürnberg for the 2020/21 season. With FC Bayern, Früchtl won four Bundesliga championships, as well as the DFB Cup and DFL Supercup thrice and the Champions League in 2020. He was a key member of the reserve squad, making 71 appearances for them and helping them win the Third Division championship in 2020.
Hoffmann, 23, joined FC Bayern’s U17 team from RB Leipzig in the summer of 2015. He proceeded through all of the younger teams, was signed to a professional contract, and played 51 competitive games for the reserves.
He was a member of the senior team that won four Bundesliga championships, as well as the DFB Cup, DFL Supercup, and the Champions League thrice. In addition, with the reserves, he won the Third Division championship. Last season, he was on loan at Sunderland.
Further, Bayern Munich’s sporting director, Hasan Salihamidzic, commended the young goalkeepers for their dedication over the years.
“We’d like to express our gratitude to Christian Früchtl and Ron-Thorben Hoffmann for their tireless efforts throughout the years. Before joining the licensed squad, both came to our youth department when they were young, went through all of FC Bayern‘s youth teams, and displayed their incredible skill across all age categories “Salihamidzic adds.
Furthermore, in collaboration with Volkswagen, Bayern Munich has chosen the final 20 ambitious footballers for their World Squad 2022 program, which aims to provide U19 players from structurally disadvantaged regions a forum to demonstrate their ability while also encouraging cultural interchange.
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A total of 2,604 players from 106 countries sought to be a part of the program by sending video clips to a coaching staff managed by former Bayern Munich captain and FIFA World Cup winner Klaus Augenthaler.
This season, José Mulato, a member of last year’s World Squad, received his first professional deal. The Colombian U19 international has joined North Texas SC, FC Dallas’ feeder club, on loan for the remainder of the season as part of Bayern’s talent development cooperation with the club.
The teenagers’ whole journey, from training to the selection process to the match against Bayern’s youth squad in Munich, will be chronicled in a multi-part series in late autumn this year, allowing fans to follow along as their dreams of becoming professional footballers come true.
Furthermore, The negotiations between Sadio Mane, Bayern Munich, and Liverpool are nearing an end, and the Senegalese striker should begin packing his belongings for Bavaria.
Mane and Bayern Munich have struck a “complete verbal agreement” on personal conditions, including a three-year deal, according to Romano.
Further, Bayern Munich is preparing to submit its newest offer to Liverpool, but it remains to be seen if the English club would accept it — or whether it will continue to play hardball with the Bundesliga champion.