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Three Bayern Munich youth players leave before the transfer window closes

On the last day of the transfer window, Bayern Munich shipped three youth players away from Munich.

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Bayern Munich is letting three youth players move on from the club before the end of the transfer. Can Karatas, Louis Poznanski, and Christos Evangelou will join other clubs to continue their development moving forward.

Karatas will be joining FC Memmingen who play in the Regionalliga Bayern in a one year loan. Karatas has been injured for a lot of of the last few years, so this gives the 18 year old the opportunity to gain regular playing time.

While Karatas is leaving on loan, Poznanski and Evangelou are leaving on full transfers.

Poznanski is moving back to Werder Bremen, who he left to join Bayern just eighteen months ago. Werder say that 18 year old will move into their U23 squad. There were rumors earlier this summer that Poznanski was going to be joining Fortuna Dusseldorf, but that move clearly didn’t come to fruition.

Sixteen year old Evangelou is leaving the club for FC Heidenheim. He was a part of Bayern’s U17 team this season, but he had yet to play in a game.

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