According to a report from Sport Bild (as captured by Twitter account @iMiaSanMia), Bayern Munich is going to be looking to generate some revenue this summer by selling off a few of its once highly-touted prospects.
Specifically, the Bavarians are looking to sell midfielders Michaël Cuisance and Adrian Fein, along with striker Joshua Zirkzee. Cuisance (Olympique Marseille), Fein (PSV Eindhoven), and Zirkzee (Parma Calcio 1913) all had unsuccessful loan stints and essentially squandered opportunities to prove themselves at a quality level of play.
Each of the trio could interest someone, however, just based on their potential. Cuisance is creative with a dynamite left-foot, while Zirkzee has the size and scoring ability to encourage someone to take a flier. Fein, meanwhile, could prove to be a find for a team looking to develop a steady defensive midfielder.
Even with Bayern Munich’s willingness to sell-off those players, it might be hard to find a buyer who can provide value in return. It appears that the Bavarians are going to have to settle for cut-rate deals if they want to unload the threesome.
The Bavarians might not be limited to just selling younger prospects, though. The future of Corentin Tolisso is uncertain as well (as captured by @iMiaSanMia). Should Bayern Munich sell the Frenchman, the club will be looking for a rugged and versatile midfielder to fill his spot on the roster.
More, Bayern Munich is said to be willing to send Bouna Sarr away via sale — or loan — this summer (as captured by @iMiaSanMia).