PSV Eindhoven is reportedly dissatisfied with 21-year-old midfielder Adrian Fein, on loan from Bayern Munich, and does not intend to exercise their option to buy the defensive midfielder, Sport1’s Florian Plettenberg reports.
Update Fein: At #PSV, Fein hardly gets a chance, which is met with astonishment by #FCBayern. The Dutch have an option to buy, but according to my information, they do not want to pull this because they are dissatisfied with his development. @SPORT1— Florian Plettenberg (@Plettigoal) January 21, 2021
Eindhoven’s most recent fixtures tell a gloomy tale. Fein has logged a whopping total of 232 minutes in the Eredivisie, 124 minutes in the Europa League, and 37 in the Dutch cup (Transfermarkt). Fein has not even made it onto the bench for Eindhoven’s past three consecutive games.
Head coach Roger Schmidt has relied primarily on a double-pivot consisting of Pablo Rosario (24) and Ibrahim Sangaré (23) in Eindhoven’s 4-4-2.
Fein’s experience this season is undoubtedly disappointing in light of his hope for playing time, which he had no chance of obtaining at Bayern Munich. Fein’s loan to Eindhoven ends on June 31, 2021. His contract with Bayern Munich is through June 2023, so another stint with FC Bayern II or another loan could both be possible next season.