Lovro Zvoranek is considered one of the greatest talents in Croatian football and was signed by Bayern Munich this summer. According to a recent media report, the 17-year-old could soon leave the club on loan – for one simple reason.
After his arrival in Germany and at FC Bayern, the youngster started preparing for the season with FC Bayern II.
Head coach Martin Demichelis’ team is currently in a training camp in the Stubaital in Austria before the new season in the Bavarian Regionalliga starts in two weeks. The first game is scheduled for July 16 away at VfB Eichstätt.
According to a report by the “tz“The Croatian U-national player could have left Munich by then. According to the newspaper report, FC Bayern is considering loaning Lovro Zvoranek back directly.
According to the club’s management, the 17-year-old should be accommodated in a higher-class league than the fourth-class Regionalliga Bayern in order to collect match practice there at a better level. Where exactly the teenager could go has not yet been mentioned.
Nagelsmann wants to get his own impression of Zvonarek
First of all, however, the young talent should wait for the start of training with the Bayern Bundesliga professionals. As it goes on, head coach Julian Nagelsmann should and wants to get his own impression of the attacking midfielder, who is initially under contract with the German record champions until 2024.
The Bundesliga is likely to come too early for Zvonarek. However, within the club, the creative player is always expected to be loaned out in the second or third division.
Zvonarek made his debut in the Croatian first division last season as a 16-year-old and made 22 appearances for Slaven Belupo, in which he contributed four goals.