Sinan Kurt may be on his way out of Bayern Munich in the near future, and he might not be returning. FC Bayern and Hertha Berlin are in the final stages of a deal that will see Kurt join Hertha on loan through the end of the 2017 season with an option to buy, according to Bild. Kurt has reportedly already agreed to the deal.
Kurt moved to Bayern during the summer of 2014 in a much ballyhooed €1.1 million transfer from Borussia Mönchengladbach. If the Bild report is correct and Hertha has an option to buy, it would almost be shocking at this point to see Kurt return to Munich.
"He is one of the biggest talents in Germany," Hertha coach Pal Dardai told Bild. "If you have the chance to get such a great footballer then you have to do it. As a coach, it is also a challenge to introduce him into senior football where he has not had much experience."
Kurt would be joining former FC Bayern talent Mitchell Weiser in the capital. The young wide player has seen plenty of action for the team siting in third place and has really started to come into his own. Perhaps, Berlin is where Kurt will find his place.