According to a report from Sport1 journalist Florian Plettenberg, Bayern Munich will be working to secure a permanent deal with FC Dalas-loanee Justin Che and will look to sign fellow defender Josip Stanisic to a contract extension.
Plettenberg dropped this news on his “Mein Bayern Woche” podcast. The report would seem to indicate that Bayern Munich is planning to fortify its 3. Liga side for the 2021/2022 campaign and back-up earlier news about the club’s plans for Stanisic:
News Campus: Talks will be held with Justin Che's mgmt. in the near future. #FCBayern would like to sign him on a permanent basis. He wants to stay. Josip Stanisic will extend his contract, agreement! Bayern II will be continued in the "Regionalliga". #MeineBayernWoche @SPORT1— Florian Plettenberg (@Plettigoal) May 7, 2021
Stanisic made his Bundesliga debut in a 1-1 draw with Union Berlin back on April 10th and turned in a solid effort. With the considerable defensive depth on the first-team, however, it appears that 21-year-old would be headed for another stint with Bayern Munich II.
As for Che, the 17-year-old does not turn 18 until November, so the path for him at this stage is a little less clear as to what Bayern Munich’s plans might be. If the Bavarians are able to work out a deal with FC Dallas, Bayern Munich could have itself yet another young American on campus.