Bayern Munich's Fiete Arp joins Holstein Kiel on loan
Bayern Munich striker Fiete Arp has joined Bundesliga 2 club Holstein Kiel on loan for the 2021/22 season.
Arp burst onto the scene with Hamburg, becoming the first player born in the 2000s to score a Bundesliga goal when he found the target against Hertha Berlin in October 2017 - in between studying for his high school diploma.
Watch: Arp reflects on his first Bundesliga goal
With 18 goals in 19 games with Germany's U17s under his belt, he made the switch to Bayern in July 2019, but the last few years have been less kind to the young striker, who found himself playing for Bayern's reserves in the 3. Liga, not always from the start.
Kiel will hope Arp can rekindle the talent that saw him pick up the Fritz Walter Gold Medal in 2017 as they plot another attempt at a first-ever Bundesliga promotion, having missed out in the play-off at the end of last season.
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