Next Scandinavia jewel approaching FC Bayern

It was only on Wednesday that several media reported that FC Bayern had secured the services of 15-year-old top talent Jonathan Asp Jensen from Danish representative FC Midtjylland. Now the next gem is about to be transferred to Munich.

According to the Swedish tabloid “Aftonbladet” Matteo Perez Vinlöf from Hammarby IF also joins the German record champions, he is to sign a three-year contract at the Isar. Accordingly, the transfer of the 16-year-old left-back will be announced shortly.

At FC Bayern, Vinlöf is initially planned for the U19s.

At Hammarby IF Vinlöf currently plays for the U17 and U19. He has also played a total of six games for the Swedish U17 national team.

After Jonathan Asp Jensen, Vinlöf is probably the second Scandinavian youngster to move to Munich. The Dane, who will be celebrating his 16th birthday next Friday, is set to sign a three-year contract with FC Bayern.

For the services of the talented midfielder, the people of Munich have to dig deep into their pockets according to “Bild”. Midtjylland receives around 1.2 million euros for Jensen.

Jensen is also initially planned for the junior teams

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.

In addition to FC Bayern, numerous other international clubs are said to have been interested in Jensen. Jensen, like Vinlöf, should initially be in Munich for the junior teams.


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