FC Bayern apparently digs deep into their pockets for teenagers

The German soccer record champion FC Bayern is apparently setting the course for the future. According to consistent media reports, the Munich team secured the services of a top talent who was just 15 years old. In return, a lot of money probably changes hands.

The much courted Jonathan Asp Jensen from the Danish representative FC Midtjylland has opted for FC Bayern. This is reported by “BT” and “Tipsbladet“. The “Bild” newspaper has also been able to confirm that the youngster will move to the Isar.

The plan: When Jensen celebrates his 16th birthday next Friday, he will sign a three-year contract with FC Bayern. For the services of the talented midfielder, the Munich team must tabloid according to dig deep into their pockets. Midtjylland receives around 1.2 million euros for Jensen.

Jonathan Asp Jensen is a Denmark U16 international and has long since stopped playing with his peers at the club. He has been playing for the U19 team of the first division club from Herning since the summer. The central midfielder, who feels comfortable in both the sixth and eighth position, is considered one of the brightest prospects in the country.

Talents on the rise: Wanner at Bayern as a good example

In addition to FC Bayern, numerous other international clubs are said to have been interested in Jensen.

Jensen should initially be intended for the junior teams in Munich. The example of Paul Wanner shows that young talents under head coach Julian Nagelsmann have the opportunity to play professionally.

The 16-year-old became the youngest Bayern player ever to play in the German top flight on the last Bundesliga matchday against Borussia Mönchengladbach. However, Wanner also benefited from numerous failures in the Nagelsmann team, with nine stars returning from the winter break with a corona infection.


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