The Ghanaian international Kwasi Okyere Wriedt has announced that he has decided to leave Bayern Munich because he has not been guaranteed sufficient playing time.
The striker sealed a transfer from the German giant to Willem II Tilburg in the summer transfer window of 2020 after excelling in Bayern Munich’s U-23 team.
Although he was occasionally called up to the senior team, he could not play much.
Kwasi Okyere Wriedt spoke in a recent interview which led to his decision to join Willem II.
“I really put myself into training with the professionals and in 2017 I was allowed to play in the Bundesliga. But when Sandro Wagner was hired as a backup for Robert Lewandowski in January 2018, I knew it would be difficult. “
“And although it went well for me in the U23, I only made three appearances. I had clearly hoped for more, ”said Kwasi Okyere Wriedt in an interview.
At Willem II Tilburg, the Ghanaian striker has been good for the team since his move. He helped the team escape relegation last season and has scored one goal after three appearances this season.