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Bayern Munich loanee Arijon Ibrahimović gathering interest from big European clubs

As one Ibra goes, another seems ready to take the stage.

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Bayern Munich seems to have their hands full trying to fill their defensive vacancies, but at the same time, one particular youngster is proving to be an astute piece of business, as he seems to be making the most of the chances he is being offered.

Arijon Ibrahimović has been making waves while on loan at Serie A side Frosinone, turning some heads in the process. As reported by Florian Plattenberg, some big clubs around Europe are showing interest in the 18-year-old youngster after featuring in 10 games for Frosinone on loan this season. In five starts, Ibrahimović has managed one goal and one assist so far.

Beyond his stats, his direct and electric style of play seems to have caught the attention of AC Milan, Eintracht Frankfurt, and Sporting CP, which are all considering a summer move for the talent.

His performances seem to have also convinced Frosinone to trigger his relatively cheap option to buy at €3.5m as soon as possible in the coming weeks. To their fans delight, Bayern Munich seem to have a buyback clause of €11m for Ibrahimović, which may result in a bargain price to pay when considering the potential the youngster is showing in a European top-five league.

Fitting as it may be, will Arijon manage to make his big European breakthrough in the same league as his freshly retired namesake?

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