Bayern Munich will likely lose talented midfielder Angelo Stiller at the end of the season according to notorious Sport Bild chief Christian Falk. titter account @MiaSanMia captured Falk’s report that states that the 19-year-old is reportedly not a part of Bayern Munich’s first-team plans and it looks like he could leave on a free transfer next summer.
Falk, himself, re-tweeted @iMiaSanMia’s post:
It's currently looking like Angelo Stiller will leave Bayern at the end of the season. The player is not part of the first team and his contract will expire in the summer. Clubs from the Bundesliga and abroad are interested in the midfielder [@cfbayern] pic.twitter.com/TDJFknV5nd— Bayern & Germany (@iMiaSanMia) October 27, 2020
Only making an appearance against the 5th division side FC Düren, it might be possible that Angelo Stiller will look to make a move to a team that can offer him more playing time. Hansi Flick and the Bayern board added three new players on deadline day and Marc Roca one day before the end of the transfer window. While Jamal Musiala has gotten playing time, talents like Stiller will most likely not play much for the first team this season.
Considering he is a very highly rated 19-year-old, many Bundesliga and foreign clubs will be interested in signing the talent on a free next summer. BFW has reported that both Arsenal and Wolverhampton are eyeing the young midfield talent.
If you haven’t read my article about why I thought the Bayern Munich transfer deadline day was disappointing, check it out here:
This is one of the reasons why I was against adding depth players. It sends the wrong message to the academy players. I highly rate Stiller; he has impressed me with his Bayern II performances and is an overall exciting, and surprisingly well-rounded, playmaker. His weakness is his physicality and could improve his game by adding weight as well as speed, something that can be drastically improved considering his age.
I believe Bayern could regret letting one of their most exciting players go on a free transfer.