FC Dallas teen Chris Richards’ loan to Bayern Munich is going very well.
The 18-year-old American center back has impressed the Bundesliga giants and is set for a $1.25 million move overseas, according to Goal.com’s Ives Galarcep.
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Richards has made 19 appearances in the Bayern system, including five in the UEFA Youth League, and has two goals and an assist.
The Alabama-born Homegrown defender would be the second FC Dallas prospect to move abroad, joining Weston McKennie.
Two hopes of the USMNT’s future — one more immediate than the other — squared off in the International Champions Cup on Saturday.
Paris Saint-Germain teenager Timothy Weah, 18, went 90 minutes and scored his side’s only goal in the 3-1 loss in Austria.
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On the other side of the field was 62nd minute substitute Chris Richards, far less known to the American supporter.
Richards is on loan from FC Dallas, where he’s a Homegrown Player. The 18-year-old center back is going to play for Bayern’s U-19 side following a successful trial in April.
Both Bayern and PSG were without key pieces, as Weah went up against a decent Bayern back line of Juan Bernat, Javi Martinez, Josip Stanisic, and Rafinha.
Arjen Robben, Sandro Wagner, and Franck Ribery were the biggest names in Bayern’s XI, while David Alaba, Kingsley Coman, and Serge Gnabry came off the bench.
For PSG, Gianluigi Buffon started as did Adrien Rabiot.
Weah’s goal is below, and here’s what he had to say about it:
“It’s an amazing feeling and getting a well-done job. Me scoring goals, I was really happy to get my first goal for PSG and first goal in this competition. We’re going to Singapore with our head on our shoulders. We’re going to be really humble and keep playing.”