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Bayern Munich youngster Lenn Jastremski sees loan cut short at SSV Ulm 1846

The young German is headed back to Bayern Munich...for now.

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

According to a release from SSV Ulm 1846, Bayern Munich loanee Lenn Jastremski is headed back to his parent club:

Lenn Jastremski’s loan will be ended early and the striker will leave SSV Ulm 1846 Football with immediate effect. The SSV, FC Bayern Munich and Lenn Jastremski have agreed on this.

The 22-year-old no longer took part in team training at the start of training today.

Jastremski played one game in the 3rd league and two games in the wfv Cup for SSV this season, scoring one goal.

Managing Director Markus Thiele: “We would like to thank Lenn for his commitment over the last few months. Unfortunately, he didn’t get the playing time with us that all parties had wanted and that’s why we decided together to end the loan early.

We wish Lenn all the best in terms of sport and personality for the future!”

Jastremski barely played for SSV Ulm 1846 this season in 3. Liga as he only tallied one minute in one appearance as a substitute. However, Jastremski did log 68 minutes over two appearance in the Württembergpokal where he did score a goal. Still, that is just not enough to justify staying on a loan.

Jastremski has been on loan assignments almost exclusively since September of 2021. The 22-year-old’s future seems to be up in the air with where he might fit at Bayern Munich moving forward.

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