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OFFICIAL: Perišić Moving To Munich On Season-Long Loan

August 11, 2019


Croatia’s all-star winger – Ivan Perišić – will be moving to Bayern Munich on a season-long loan from Inter Milan, reports. The 30-year old Croatian international has fell out of favor with Inter Milan manager Antonio Conte and has made a move to the German champions after completing a physical Tuesday in Bavaria.


With Bayern Munich losing legends Franck Ribbery and Arjen Robben to retirement over the summer and Leroy Sane out for seven months at Manchester City (Bayern planned on buying Sane), Bayern Munich and manager Niko Kovač have a huge hole to fill on the wings. Insert Ivan Perišić who has played in the Bundesliga with Borussia Dortmund and Wolfsburg before his move to Inter Milan.



Perišić will play for a champion contender in the Bundesliga and a club that could reach the quarterfinals of the Champions League this season.



Ante Kvartuč
Posted By: Ante Kvartuč 18 comments

  1. Soul Champ says:

    Now Bayern should get Rebic and then you really have Splićani sandwich from the wings.

    This a good move for Kovač and Perisic.

    They both need to make some real noise in the CL.

    Perišić can get back to his free flowing Self in the bundesliga.

    Kovač knows exactly what he is getting in a focused in Perišić

  2. Suba says:

    Mixed feelings about it

    Really thought a bigger move was on the cards for Ivan

    Then again it was getting a bit stale for him at Inter

    It would be cool if he wins the champions league and cement his brilliance

  3. Gemist says:


    What team would be better for him than Bayern? Idk how he could have a bigger move that would make sense.

  4. Maminjo says:


    This is better for us.

    EPL teams would run Perišić into the ground. Too demanding. He would do well in England, but it’s better for the National Team for him to stay at Bayern.

    @Soul Champ

    Not quite Splićani.
    Perišić is from Omiš and Rebić is from Imotski.

    Mistakes like this can get you killed in the hood.

  5. Razbijač says:

    This is the biggest move that he can make, that makes sense, where he’ll get playing time. As we all know, Bayern is a bigger club than Inter.

    Also I agree, a move to England doesn’t make sense for his age and position. As a winger they’d run up miles on ‘im.

    In Germany, the league is smaller (18 teams), and thus there is 2 less league matches than in England. Plus they get a month long winter break. He’ll be fresher for the Euros.

  6. CroatiaU14 says:

    What I don’t like about this is that he was Bayern’s backup plan in case they didn’t sign Sané. Perišić is way better than Sané, except for just speed. Perišić is way better on the ball and a much better playmaker.

  7. Anonymous says:

    @Razbijac, 2 x 2 = 4.

    On another note, Mexico recently played the U.S. just south of the Canadian border and (NINETY) 90% of the crowd was Mexican. And no Virginia, they were not Mexican citizens who made a legal trip to the Canadian border. Don’t worry though, Alexi Lalas says “diversity makes America great”, he’ll convince Mexicans they aren’t Mexican so they should be loyal to some abstract principals, some “ideals”.

  8. Suba says:

    There’s really nothing wrong with the move I just hoped it would have been with a bigger club that’s all

    In saying that the Bayern fans think Ivan’s not suitable then he would have a point to prove

    It is what it is I suppose

  9. Soul Champ says:


    I have stayed in both Omiš and Imotski.

    Indeed clarity will keep you alive in the hood!

    Dalmatinski sandwich it is.

    Perišić will have a great year at Bayern.

    Rebić is ready for the next step whether he stays at Frankfurt or leaves.

  10. Gemist says:

    @suba it doesnt get much bigger than bayern…

    @croatiau14 sané’s probably going to be better than perisic when he’s his age, perisic is better play maker but Bayern is looking for finishing above all. Not to mention he’s German making him even sweeter for the Germans giants

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