Taylor Booth set to leave on a free transfer in the summer – agreement already reached with FC Utrecht?

Will FC Bayern lose a talent on a free transfer in the summer? Taylor Booth is said to have already reached an agreement with a foreign club.

sports1” and the Dutch “telegraph” unanimously report that FC Utrecht have reached an agreement with Taylor Booth and the American will join the Eredivisie club on a free transfer in the summer.

In the winter of 2019, the right-back, who can also play in midfield, came to Munich and was used in the U19s of the record champions. Just six months later he was promoted to the second team. The following winter he was loaned out to the then Austrian Bundesliga side SKN St. Pölten. He was a regular there.

After returning ahead of the current season, Booth continued to improve. Not only was the 20-year-old seeded in the regional league, he also made his debut for Munich’s first team in the DFB Cup. In the first round, Booth was substituted on by Julian Nagelsmann for the last 20 minutes.

FC Bayern: Some talents before the jump

According to media reports, FC Bayern last summer sought a contract extension and another loan, but could not agree with the talent. Now it seems to be the final separation. Booth had no serious prospects of playing time, despite the staffing worries in the pros. It looks different at FC Utrecht, who in turn are responding to their own departures with the commitment.

Apparently, Booth is not the only talent planning to leave Munich. Kenan Yildiz and Marcel Wenig are also said to be facing free transfers in the summer. While 16-year-old Yildiz is to be courted by FC Barcelona, ​​Little, who is two years his senior, is on Eintracht Frankfurt’s list. Armino Sieb is also looking for a new challenge, reports “Sport1”. Hannover 96 has already publicly confirmed their interest.


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