Date of birth: 06/06/1995 (18 years old)
Place of birth: Tampa, Florida (USA)
Club career: Bayern Munich
Squad number: 37
Current national team: Germany U-19
Position: winger, secondary striker
Preferred foot: both
Market value (by transfermarkt.de): 500,000 €
Contract until: 30.06.2017
Player’s agent: acta7
Similar type of player: Marc Overmars & Robinho
– suitable to play on both wings
Style of play:
– inside forward
– likes to dribble
– likes to enter the opposition’s penalty area whenever possible
– likes to cut inside
– counter attack threat
He is best suited to playing as:
Left winger in 4-2-3-1.
No senior team appearances yet.
Bayern Munich – class, great players, amazing transfers, but also a very good youth academy. Julian Green joined “Der FCB” at the age of 14 in 2009 from a small club SG Hausham. He has been in unstoppable form this season in Regionalliga Bayern, scoring 15 times in 21 matches. This didn’t go unnoticed by manager Pep Guardiola and Julian made his professional debut on 27th November 2013, coming on in the 88th minute of a UEFA Champions League game against CSKA Moscow as a substitute for Mario Götze. Green was born in Tampa, Florida, US to an American father and German mother. His family moved to Germany when he was two years old. Eligible to play for either the United States or German national teams, he is sought after by both federations. His international career began with Germany U-16 and U-17. In September 2012, Green represented USA at the U-18 level in an international friendly with Netherlands, scoring in a 4–2 victory. He was also called up to the United States senior team by head coach Jürgen Klinsmann for friendlies in November 2013, but he declined the call due to being ineligible to play unless a one-time switch was filed, something he claimed he was not ready to do. Instead he decided to join the German U19 team for a friendly against France.
“We are thrilled Julian accepted our invitation and comes into these two days in Frankfurt. We want to show him how things work with the United States team and with our environment. We want him to meet the players, to meet the staff, obviously to meet us coaches, and we want him to feel comfortable in our environment… We also have our eyes on developing the next generation of players, and Julian is a very important part of that.”
(Jürgen Klinsmann – head coach of the United States national team)
Football Talent Scout potential rating:
First team material in a top European club.