According to Austrian publication, Nachrichten, Bayern Munich are hot on the trail of second-division SV Reid's young goalkeeper Ivan Lucic.
The Austrian U19 international is currently on loan to Austrian 3rd division Union St Florian, where he has started 18 matches for the club with a 1.28 goals against per 90. The 19-year-old has been Austria's U19 goalkeeper for the past year where he has logged nearly 400 minutes.
Ivan Lucic clearly would be an addition to the Bayern Munich II squad and a depth signing to compete for backup minutes. While Lukas Raeder has earned the bulk of the goalkeeping minutes for the Bayern Munich reserve team in the Regionalliga (while also spending some time with the senior team), Leopold Zingerle is snapping at his heels for more playing time. The addition of Lucic may signify any number of changes to come in the goalkeeping department for the reserve squad.
Bayern Munich have to date shown a propensity to use two young keepers along with an older journeyman in their youth setup. With Raeder, Lucic and Zingerle in the fold, Bayern Munich would have three youth keepers, and it stands to reason that one might be on his way out of the youth team. Whether that's a move on loan, a move to the senior side, or just outright leaving the club is impossible to guess, but given Raeder's been with the Bayern Munich II side for 2 years now, I wouldn't be surprised to see him on the move in some capacity.