Unfortunately no chance “: FC Bayern brings Lautern talent

JENA, GERMANY - MARCH 18: Paul Will of Kaiserslautern during the DFB Juniors Cup Semi Final Leg 1 between FC Carl Zeiss Jena and 1.FC Kaiserslautern on March 18, 2017 in Jena, Germany. (Photo by Karina Hessland/Bongarts/Getty Images)

Second division taillight 1. FC Kaiserslautern loses at the end of the season with Paul Will one of his great talents to Bundesliga record champions FC Bayern Munich.

U19 captain Will decided “in spite of all efforts of the FCK responsible persons to equip the midfielder with a professional contract” for the change to the league table leader, communicated the Pfälzer.

“In Paul Will, unfortunately, we lose a top talent from our own junior performance center,” said FCK Sport Director Boris Notzon. “We are proud that we continue to develop top talents due to our good work in junior talent and of course we aim to tie these players to the FCK in the long term, but Bayern Munich has a special position in German football and unfortunately we have none Chance.”

The 19-year-old Will signs a three-year contract in Munich. Presumably, the youngster is initially scheduled for the second team at Bayern. This plays in the regional league.

“With Paul, we’ve been able to sign a very talented player, and he has proven his qualities in tackling and playing in the A-Jugend Bundesliga and Cup games,” said Jochen Sauer, head of FC Bayern Campus, on the signing.

Will explained himself: “I am grateful to 1. FC Kaiserslautern and look forward to the new challenge at Bayern, to take my next step in development.” To get this chance with such a big club is motivation enough. “

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