18 games, 15 goals and 6 assists – The teen Tottenham or Liverpool should loan

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Thomas Muller said Julian Green is “very robust and fast, technically very good”. That begs the question: Should Villas-Boas or Rodgers loan him?

An illustrative example why Bayern Munich is winning the war on talent and leading ahead of Premier League top clubs like Arsenal and Chelsea is Julian Green.

While the Bavarian club is also spreading around their money and signing talents like Javi Martinez, Thiago Alcantara and Mario Gotze. However Thomas Muller, Philipp Lahm and Bastian Schweinsteiger, some of Munich’s greatest players, started their career with the treble champions.

Bundesliga's Bayern Munich is hoping for a next Bastian Schweinsteiger – talent-wise of course. The newest most promising starlet, Julian Green prefers to play as a striker or a winger not in the middle of the field like Schweinsteiger.

Although Green has never played a full game with the first squad he is called Munich’s next big thing.

Mario Gotze told journalist that the 18-year-old “has potential”, Thomas Muller said “very robust and fast, very willing to work, technically very good” and sporting director Matthias Sammer joined the chorus by praising the young gun great talent as he carries the hope of the club.

Green backs up the praises with performance recording 15 goals and 6 assists in 18 games with Bayern Munich II in the Regionalliga, the fourth-highest league in German football.

His impressive dribbling skills will might give him the opportunity to get Franck Ribery’s position on the left side some day according to reports. Another option is that Green will be Arjen Robben’s successor as contract talks are stagnating with Munich and the Dutch international.

As Bayern Munich is about to unleash their next weapon Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur could still do with another striker or winger to add to their line-up, to help edge them into a position as high as possible.

Luis Suarez had an astonishing start recording 13 goals. But Liverpool’s and Tottenham’s second option Daniel Sturridge is injured, while Tottenham just have not clicked in attack all season.

Considering that Bayern Munich won’t transfer their their precocious talent, they may be open to letting him go on loan where he can play regularly, if either club submit an attractive enough proposal. 

Villas-Boas as well as Rodgers could sign Green on a loan to make a last push at the top of the Premier League table and Green could develop as a starter. A win-win situation surely for either Munich and Tottenham or Liverpool.

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