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When looking for reinforcements for the offensive, Union Berlin is apparently using FC Bayern Munich.

One “Picture”According to a report, Leon Dajaku is about to move to the capital. They say there is possibly a long-term loan deal in the room.

Dajaku’s contract in Munich runs until 2023. A possible guest appearance at Union could therefore last up to one and a half years.

The versatile young talent usually plays for the U23 of FC Bayern in the 3rd division. Dajaku’s record there this season: 14 appearances, three hits, one assist.

Head coach Hansi Flick has also ordered the 19-year-old into his squad once this season. In the first round of the DFB Cup against 1. FC Düren in mid-October, Dajaku played 29 minutes as a joker.

A total of four Bundesliga games from the 2018/2019 and 2019/2020 seasons are also in the vita of the native Swabian, who switched from VfB Stuttgart to FC Bayern in 2019. Finally, Dajaku’s star sank noticeably under Flick. At the moment he is no longer that close to the Munich professional team.

1. FC Köln out of the race at Leon Dajaku

Most recently, 1. FC Cologne was also associated with Dajaku. The Rhinelander, threatened with relegation, are now apparently left empty-handed.

Despite the strong performances in the season so far, which are reflected in fifth place in the table, Union is looking for fresh blood for the attack department. Sven Michel from SC Paderborn and Serdar Dursun from Darmstadt 98 were also traded with the Köpenickers. A transfer of one of the two second division professionals is probably not feasible for Union for economic reasons. The loan business with Dajaku, on the other hand, would be much cheaper.

In addition to Dajaku, Joshua Zirkzee could also leave Bayern until the end of the transfer period on February 1. Eintracht Frankfurt, the hottest contender for a loan from the 19-year-old Dutchman, will be strengthened with the return of Luka Jovic from Real Madrid.


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