Bayern Munich will not earn anything from the transfer of German-born Ghanaian defender Derrick Arthur Kohn to Dutch top-flight side Willem II Tilburg.
The Eredivisie side have completed negotiations and signed a pre-contract agreement with the talented youngster, according to transfermarkt.com.
Kohn, 21, has scored once in 22 Liga 3 appearances for Bayern Munich II this season and set up the opening goal for Okyere Wriedt in Wednesday’s 3-2 home win over Preussen Munster.
The Ghanaian, whose pace and style of play is comparable to David Alaba, is forced to leave the German club to seek his future elsewhere as there is no space at the left-back slot at the moment.
Ghanaian-born Alphonso Davies has taken over the regular berth from Alaba and is turning heads with his supreme displays for the Bavarians.
Kohn started his career at Bramfeld Youth but left the club in 2013 to join Hamburg U16 and grew through the ranks until he left at the end of the 2017 season to join Bayern Munich.
However with the available options at left-back at the club it looks impossible for the Ghanaian to remain at the club and secure regular playing time.
He is currently valued at €500,000 by transfermarkt.com.
Kohn made one senior appearance for Bayern Munich and that came in 2018 when Bayern played against Hamburg in 2018.
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