Bayern Munich prepared for summer exodus, up to five players on the chopping block

Joshua Zirkzee-Bayern Munich-Parma

Bayern Munich are preparing for a massive exodus this summer, and they could sell up to five players during the transfer window.

According to reports, young players like Michael Cuisance, Adrian Fein and Joshua Zirkzee could be on their way out of the club this summer if there are reasonable offers on the table.

Furthermore, the likes of Bouna Sarr and Corentin Tolisso could be sold as well.

It has been a difficult campaign for all five players, and it is no surprise that Bayern are looking to cash in on them and invest in better players.

Cuisance was on loan at Marseille this past season, and he struggled to hold down a regular starting berth. The French outfit had the option of signing him permanently, but they have decided not to exercise the clause.

Meanwhile, Adrian Fein also struggled for regular game time at PSV Eindhoven, and Joshua Zirkzee has had an injury-hit campaign. His loan spell at Parma has been unsuccessful because of that.

The youngsters need to play regularly in order to continue their development, and they are unlikely to get any chances at Bayern next season. A move away from the club would be ideal for their development as well.

It is evident that they are not ready to play for a club like Bayern Munich just yet, and the decision to sell them makes sense for all parties involved.

Corentin Tolisso has one year left on his contract, and the German offered will not be willing to lose him on a free transfer next summer. It makes sense for them to move him on for a reasonable fee this summer. 

Julian Nagelsmann will take charge at Bayern Munich and he would like to have couple of his own signings during the summer window.