FC Bayern Munich have their sights set on 17-year-old Laurin Ulrich from VfB Stuttgart. The Swabians, however, definitely want to keep the talent. On Wednesday there was already a lengthy negotiation between Ulrich’s advisor and the VfB officials.

Bayern wants Ulrich: FC Bayern wants to set further course for the future and, according to information from “Bild”, wants to sign 17-year-old Laurin Ulrich from VfB Stuttgart. A few days ago, the midfielder became German runner-up with the Swabian U17s (3-4 after a penalty shoot-out against Schalke).

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Rummenigge at VfB: On Wednesday, Roman Rummenigge, the son of former Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummengge, was at the Stuttgart office for a three-and-a-half hour interview. He advises Ulrich, who, according to VfB, should extend his contract in Stuttgart, which runs until 2023.

Head coach wants to keep Ulrich: “We appreciate Laurin very much, of course we also show him the prospects in the club,” Stuttgart coach Pellegrino Matarazzo (44) is quoted as saying. “I am optimistic that he will choose VfB.”