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Bayern Munich youth player Lenn Jastremski is headed out on loan again

The endless loan cycles…

SSV Ulm - Team Presentation Photo by Christian Kaspar-Bartke/Getty Images for DFB

Youth players getting chances to make it big at Bayern Munich are hard to come by. The almighty task of breaking into the first team and establishing yourself awaits any promising player who wants to become a mega star. In the case of Lenn Jastremski, he is going on the move again as his consulting agency has announced another move:

Earlier today, that destination became known — Grazer AK 1902.

“His physical presence and his familiarity with the GAK playing facility make him an ideal reinforcement for the team, especially in view of Daniel Maderner’s absence due to injury,” GAK sports director Dieter Elsneg about Jastremski (as captured by @iMiaSanMia_GER).

Jastremski last played for SSV Ulm with whom his recent loan assignment ended. He previously played for Grazer in Austria, Erzgebirge Aue back in Germany, and for Viktoria Köln.

Bayern Munich is hoping that Jastremski can revive his career and get more playing time on this loan assignment. Sometimes, though, a move away from the club is needed for a player to turn things around. Jann-Fiete Arp is getting his career back on track with Hamburg SV and Joshua Zirkzee is thriving in Serie A.

It’s never too late to go big.

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