At 25-years-old, Bayern Munich II striker Kwasi Okyere Wriedt is certainly nearing that realm of his career where he will need to “make it” in Bavaria or move on to somewhere that will afford him that opportunity.
That time could be coming soon.
Sächsischen Zeitung (as captured by tz) is reporting that Dynamo Dresden would like to bring in Wriedt on a loan:
Accordingly, Dynamo Dresden has deposited interest in Kwasi Okyere Wriedt. The second division team is still looking for a striker. The 25-year-old is one of the hottest candidates.
Dynamo Dresden coach Cristian Friel would not provide a comment on his club’s alleged interest in Wriedt:
I do not believe in publicly even saying anything to say about it.
Dynamo Dresden’s status in 2. Bundesliga could afford Wriedt a chance to step up another level of competition. Per Sächsischen Zeitung, Bayern Munich is reluctant to sell Wriedt outright, so Dynamo Dresden would like to bring in Wriedt on loan. If that were to happen, Bayern Munich would want Wriedt to extend his current contract, which expires next summer, so it could retain his rights.
Not everyone thinks Bayern Munich would be open to a loan, however, as tz noted that the Bavarians have already rejected offers from Red Bull Salzburg, KRC Genk, Hertha Berlin, and Norwich City. In addition, PSV Eindhoven was also rumored to have Wriedt on its wish list. For what it is worth, Wriedt is also a major contributor for Bayern Munch II as it attempts to assert itself in 3. Liga. So far this season, Wriedt has five goals and one assist in six games.
Regardless, the transfer window deadline is drawing near and if Bayern Munich II is going to loan out Wriedt, the decision will have to be made shortly.