Last Sunday, FC Bayern Munich announced that they would let their youngster Taylor Booth move to the Dutch Eredivisie next summer. The US boy signed a long-term contract with FC Utrecht until 2025. Now the personnel is moving again.
As it was in a recent”sky“The report means that Utrecht does not want to sign the 20-year-old from Munich for the new season on a free transfer, but rather this January.
The midfielder should immediately support the seventh-placed Eredivisie in the fight for the European Cup places in the Netherlands and immediately switch to the team of ex-BVB keeper Eric Oelschlägel, it is said.
In this case, FC Bayern could still achieve a transfer fee for Booth. This is said to make up a mid-six-figure sum. The two clubs have probably agreed not to disclose the exact amount of the offer from Utrecht, which Bayern is said to have received.
FC Utrecht still has some transfer leeway after the club sold defender Denso Kasius to Italy for around 3.5 million euros in the direction of FC Bologna.
Booth with 15 appearances for FC Bayern II
By the way, Taylor Booth himself is said to be open to an immediate move to the Netherlands. After it has not worked out with FC Bayern with a Bundesliga debut, he now apparently wants to earn his first spurs in a national top league in the Eredivisie.
To date, Booth has mainly been used in the second team at Bayern, which is chasing points in the Bavarian regional league. In the current season he was there 15 times in the starting XI and scored one goal.
FC Utrecht is aiming for international business this season and is currently in a Conference League qualifier.