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Bayern Munich loanee Malik Tillman says his future with PSV is “out of his hands”

The clubs will decide...

PSV Eindhoven v PEC Zwolle - Dutch Eredivisie Photo by Rene Nijhuis/BSR Agency/Getty Images

Malik Tillman is enjoying a productive loan spell with PSV Eindhoven in the Eredivisie, notching five goals and three assists in 14 games (Transfermarkt). Tillman is one of many Bayern Munich loanees plying their trade abroad to gain experience and playing time and maybe play for Bayern’s senior team one day. For Tillman, he will let the clubs decide where he plays next.

“I don’t know what happens after this season; that depends on PSV and Bayern,” Tillman said (Voetbal International via @iMiaSanMia) If PSV activates the buy option, I don’t think I have much to say about it. Then I’d play at a high level at PSV, I want to get better & ultimately take a step up.”

United States Training Session - Leg Two - CONCACAF Nations League Photo by Carmen Mandato/USSF/Getty Images

At the present time, the 21-year-old German American is enjoying his time with the Dutch giants (sorry, Ajax). “I have really enjoyed my time at PSV from day one. It was the right move for me after Rangers. We play in the Champions League and that was a very important condition for me. I want to develop further in Eindhoven and who knows what will be possible next,” Tillman said.

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