Bayern Munich’s midfield logjam was always going to produce a few roster casualties. With Bayern Munich II’s Angelo Stiller firmly in the transfer crosshairs of several big clubs, it is no secret that the Bavarians have some talented youngsters spilling over the roster threshold.
One of those players is PSV Eindhoven loanee Adrian Fein. According to Sport Bild (as captured by @iMiaSanMia below), Bayern Munich and the Dutch club have agreed on a very affordable option-to-buy clause of €6.5 million on Fein’s loan agreement:
Bayern have agreed to a €6.5m option to buy in Adrian Fein's PSV contract [@SPORTBILD] pic.twitter.com/H3Wo6DEeZW— Bayern & Germany (@iMiaSanMia) October 20, 2020
A defensive midfielder, Fein is likely to get a workout in the offense-friendly Eredivisie. Should he prove his mettle and establish himself as a front-line player for PSV Eindhoven, the Dutch club could be getting yet another German bargain. With Mario Götze arriving as a free agent and former FC Augsburg left-back Philipp Max (reportedly €8 million) among the Germans already in tow, PSV Eindhoven could be putting together an affordable and potent squad.