Bayern Munich are reportedly interested in signing Young Boys midfielder Fabian Rieder.

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Bayern Munich are reportedly interested in signing Young Boys midfielder Fabian Rieder. Many other clubs are also tracking his situation.

The midfielder is looking to be ready for the big leagues in two or three seasons. However, there are chances that the midfielder will join the big leagues this summer.


According to reports, Bayern Munich are tracking the progress of Young Boys midfielder Fabian Rieder. The player has also attracted the attention of other European clubs. Real Madrid, Olympique Lyon, Torino, Atlanta, and Udinese are also keeping an eye on the midfielder. However, the interest of the Bundesliga champions is looking genuine.

The report also states that Bayern chief scout Pirmin Schwegler was present in the stands on a scouting trip. However, the German giants have not made any offer for Rieder. There were also reports of the interest of Real Madrid. Although, the reports adds that the La Liga giants are not looking to make any offer unless there are unexpected departures from the midfield.


The 20-year-old Swiss midfielder has talked about the interest on Bayern Munich openly. He said,” In general, this is speculation. But I think Bayern is a league too high for me, or maybe two leagues. The midfielder also said he is happy to stay at Young Boys till a suitable offer comes in for him. He also feels the club is the best place to continue his development.

However, the report states that the midfielder could still leave this summer. A departure can be made if someone is ready to pay the valuation of the club for the midfielder. There are also reports mentioning that the midfielder would prefer a move to the Bundesliga. It also adds that the midfielder would also like a move to Bayer Leverkusen or Borussia Dortmund.

It looks like Bayern Munich are not ahead in the race for the midfielder. Although, the German giants have the finances and facilities to attract such a young talented midfielder. However, whoever signs the midfielder in the future will have to develop him the right way.

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