The winter transfer deadline is over, but Bayern Munich was more active in making moves than we had previously heard about. Taylor Booth and Alex Timossi Andersson will both head to Austria on loan assignments.
Per FCBayern.com, Booth will move to Austrian first division club SKN St. Pölten until the end of the season, while Andersson will move to SK Austria Klagenfurt, which is in fourth place of Austria’s second division.
Both of these moves should be considered as positive developments for the futures of each player.
ℹ Taylor #Booth (19) schließt sich bis zum Ende der Saison dem österreichischen Erstligisten SKN St. Pölten an.— FC Bayern Campus (@FCBjuniorteam) February 8, 2021
Viel Glück, Taylor! #MiaSanMia #FCBAmateure
Booth had already travelled to SKN St. Pölten for a trial session including a test match in the past few days and made a very good impression per Bayern Munich’s website. SKN St. Pölten is currently sitting eighth in the table.
As for Andersson, this move represents another good opportunity for the Swedish 20-year-old. Andersson recently returned to Munich from a one-year loan from Helsingborg IF as well.
“We wish both players good luck with their new clubs in the coming months and are very excited about their further development,” said Bayern Munich campus director Jochen Sauer.