The 16-year-old top talent Jonah Kusi-Asare is supposed to come

FC Bayern is probably getting a striker in whom it has great hopes for the future. According to the media, 16-year-old Kusi-Asare comes from Sweden.

According to media reports, Bayern Munich is signing the talented Swedish striker Jonah Kusi-Asare. According to reports from the Swedish newspaper “Expressen” and the German TV broadcaster Sky, the 16-year-old is coming from AIK Solna for a mid-range single-digit million sum.

The attacker is said to be an “absolute dream player” for Bayern sporting director Christoph Freund. Above all, it would be an investment in the future. Kusi-Asare will train with the professionals, but will initially be deployed with the U19s.

In Solna, Kusi-Asare has only made four short appearances for the professionals in the Swedish first league. He remained without a goal.

Signing the young Swede would not be a reaction to winger Kingsley Coman’s injury. Coman tore an inner ligament in his knee at the weekend and will be out for a long time.

Bayern: Two new additions to the defense so far

So far this winter, the Munich team has signed two players for defense. At the weekend, Bayern announced the arrival of French full-back Sacha Boey. The 23-year-old comes from Turkish champions Galatasaray Istanbul and signed a contract until June 30, 2028. He may be part of Munich’s squad for the first time at the home game against Borussia Mönchengladbach at the weekend.

Boey was primarily used as a right-back in Turkey. After English defender Eric Dier (Tottenham Hotspur), he is the second winter signing for coach Thomas Tuchel and his team. Dier was in the starting line-up for the first time in the 3-2 win against Augsburg.

With these two additions to the sparse defense, the Munich team had actually completed their winter planning. Coman’s injury may bring new movement into considerations. The club has already announced the arrival of Spanish offensive jewel Bryan Zaragoza from Granada FC for the summer.