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Everton and Parma submit offers to Bayern Munich for “happy” Joshua Zirkzee

It looks like Bayern Munich’s Joshua Zirkzee is getting loser to finding a new him.

Bayern Muenchen II v TSV 1860 Muenchen - 3. Liga Photo by Roland Krivec/DeFodi Images via Getty Images

With his status in limbo for about a month now, Bayern Munich striker Joshua Zirkzee finally appears closer to making a move.

According to Sky Germany reporter Max Bielefeld, both Everton and Parma have submitted an offer over €10 million that would see Zirkzee initially change on a loan with the destination club holding an option to buy the young Dutchman:

As noted above, Sky is reporting that Zirkzee would be happy to move to either club. Clearly, the lack of available playing time and his third spot on the striker depth chart have the 19-year-old seeking a club where he can play more at this key developmental juncture of his career.

Bayern Munich might have made its contingency move already to bolster its organizational depth at striker as it announced the signing of former FC Basel striker Dimitri Oberlin earlier today. Oberlin, of course, will play with Bayern Munich II in 3. Liga, but his presence — along with that of Fiete Arp and Lenn Jastremski — afford the Bavarians the ability to move Zirkzee.

Juventus has also been loosely linked to Zirkzee, but appears to be in a distant third place of this competition.

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