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Daniel Wein leaves Bayern Munich II for SV Wehen Wiesbaden

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Days after the reserves failed to earn promotion to the 3.Liga, another players has decided to ply his trade somewhere other than the Regionalliga.

Thorsten Wagner

When you have talented kids playing in the fourth division of German football for the reserve side of the world champions, you expect that some of them will want to test their abilities at a higher level. The first consequence of Bayern Munich II failing to earn promotion to the 3.Liga has happened.

Daniel Wein has left FCBII and joined SV Wehen Wiesbaden on a free transfer. The defender's contract is for two years and an option for a third.

"We are very pleased that he is looking for his next challenge with us." - SVWW head coach Marc Kienle

"Daniel is a very fast and technically strong defender who brings everything we want to embody and to succeed with us," SVWW sporting director Michael Feichtenbeiner

The defender featured in 46 games over the last two seasons for FCBII, including playing 180 minutes over the two legs of the failed promotion playoff against Fortuna Köln. I remains to be seen how much of the current version of Bayern's reserves return for another run at the promotion playoff next season. A number of players have already announced their departures with a couple more likely to follow.

Player New Club
Kevin Friesenbichler Benfica
Lukas Raeder Unknown
Vladimir Rankovic Hannover 96
Benno Schmitz RB Salzburg
Daniel Wein SV Wehen Wiesbaden

In addition to the above mentioned players, the rumor mill continues to link Alessandro Schöpf with a move to Borussia Mönchengladbach. The club has already signed multiple players throughout the year that will be joining in the summer, so we'll have to wait and see if they're able to have the same kind of impact that the departing players had.