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Bayern Munich | Official: Next professional leaves the record champions

Christopher Scott’s move from FC Bayern to Belgian first division club Royal Antwerpen is perfect.

After several media reports of Scott’s upcoming move to Antwerp on Tuesday, the Belgian club confirmed the transfer in the early evening. The native of Cologne has signed a contract with the RAFC until the summer of 2026. He will not be required to pay a fee.

In the last few days, a number of other clubs have also been considered interested in the attacking midfielder, including Fortuna Düsseldorf from the 2nd Bundesliga and Celtic FC from Scotland as potential buyers.



However, the contract has now been secured by Royal Antwerp, which has recently been coached by ex-Bundesliga star Mark van Bommel. The Dutchman was under contract with FC Bayern between 2006 and 2011 and was the captain of the Munich team for several seasons.

Scott was last set as a regular at FC Bayern II

Last year “MvB” was briefly active again in the German football upper house when he worked as head coach at VfL Wolfsburg in the first half of the season.

Under his coaching, Christopher Scott now wants to make a breakthrough in a European elite league.

The German junior international was active in FC Bayern’s second team last season. He played 24 games in the Regionalliga Bayern and scored seven goals. He was allowed to train a few times with the professionals under Julian Nagelsmann and, among other things, completed parts of the pre-season last year.

Scott’s only two professional appearances for FC Bayern date from the 2021/21 season, when he came on as a substitute on matchdays 28 and 30 in the Bundesliga games against Union Berlin and Bayer Leverkusen.

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