To the Nether Lands
Bayern Munich's teen goalie Seyhmus Seckin
has left the club on loan to Feyenoord.
The 18-year-old Turk has been brought in to the Dutch club as competition for current first-choice, South Korean international Lee Sung-Woon
With David Beckham
having already decided to hand Arno Gerritsen
a chance to step up to the first team as second-choice goalkeeper, Seckin has been loaned out and he'll now look to establish himself in the Netherlands and Feyenoord.
"We're very happy to be able to have a player of Seyhmus Seckin's quality on board," Feyenoord manager Danny Blind
said, speaking to the Dutch press alongside his new signing. "Seyhmus will be here for the season and he will improve our goalkeeping options quite nicely.
"I think a few years down the road he's going to be one of the best goalkeepers in Europe so hopefully we can play a part in that by grooming him here at Feyenoord."
With Seckin's temporary departure confirmed - that is 7 players out the Bayern Munich door so far this summer, a majority on loan. But there could be more.
Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur have refused to give up interest on Bayern midfielder Will Hughes
The former Aston Villa man was key to the German giants' success last season but has indicated before that he would like to return to England in a later point of his career.
City and Spurs will have to stump up at least a reported 25 million fee for the England international.
According to rumors, Tottenham have already had a 20 million bid rejected, with Beckham not keen on selling.
could also leave the club this summer.
The 23-year-old joined Bayern Munich from Aston Villa two summers ago and has since made 52 appearances in the Bundesliga, but the Paraguayan is a prime target for Barcelona.
Blanco is understood to be very interested in a move to the Spanish league.
Since joining Bayern, Blanco has enjoyed consistency, yet failing to reproduce the exceptional performances he displayed as an Aston Villa player - being above average at best. Although he was constantly thrust into a striking position last season, Blanco only managed to score 5 goals.
Aside from departures, Beckham is also ready to spend the cash - apparently set on recruiting more into the team with the funds generated from the sales of Mattheus
and Siyanda Xulu