Bayern Munich are holding talks with Willem II over the possibility of extending the stay of Ghanaian duo Kwasi Okyere Wreidt and Derrick Köhn till the end of the season,GHANAsoccernet.com can report.
The two Ghanaian players, who are expected to join their new club Willem II on a permanent contract by July 1, are keen to see out the remainder of the season in Germany.
Both players have been instrumental in the impressive run of Bayern Munich II side where they lie top of the Bundesliga 3.
The Ghanaians want to clinch the title and promotion with the side before joining the Dutch Eredivisie side.
With Bayern Munich II standing a big chance of clinching the crown in the lower division, the two players want to play a part in their title push.
Bayern, who are the league leaders, are one point ahead of second-placed Wurzburger Kickers and three points ahead of third-placed Eintracht Braunschweig with two games to spare.
Willem II and Both Bayern are discussing the possibility of allowing their new players to stay a little longer beyond the July 1 with games against MSV Duisburg on July 1 and FC Kaiserslautern on July 4 matches in waiting.
Wriedt, 25, and compatriot Köhn, 21, have signed a permanent contract that will run until the summer 2023.
The two players, born in Germany to Ghanaian parents are expected to feature prominently for the Dutch Eredivisie side.
Wriedt clinched the Bundesliga title with Bayern Munich after making two appearances for the senior side enroute to their championship success.
The striker, 25, has been capped twice by Ghana at the international level.
His relatively unknown compatriot is a Derrick Köhn, who is a defender, featured regularly for the Bayern Munich II side.
Köhn joined Bayern Munich in 2017 from Hamburg but failed to make a single senior appearance.