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Jennings eyes English return

Sky Sports understands a host of Premier League and Championship clubs are battling it out to bring Bayern Munich youngster Dale Jennings back to the UK.

Last Updated: 23/05/13 at 12:09 Post Comment

Dale Jennings: Hoping to win a move back to the UK as he prepares to leave Bayer

Dale Jennings: Hoping to win a move back to the UK as he prepares to leave Bayer

Jennings sealed a dream move to Bayern Munich two years ago after catching the eye of the German giants with a number of impressive performances for Tranmere Rovers.

A number of English clubs were on the trail of Jennings prior to his move to Bayern and they have been alerted to the news that he is seeking a return to the UK after failing to settle in Germany.

Bayern have reluctantly agreed to let the skilful winger move on despite Jennings impressing during his time at the Allianz Arena.

Jennings' agent, Neil Sang, has confirmed that the player is hoping to secure a move back to England this summer and that a number of clubs have already expressed an interest in acquiring his services.

"Dale is keen to come back to England and Bayern with a heavy heart have reluctantly agreed to let him move on for the right offer," Sang told Sky Sports.

"Dale has enjoyed his time at Bayern and the only reason for him to leave is for personal reasons as he has just not settled in Germany.

"There has already been a great deal of interest shown in Dale from clubs in the Premier League and Championship and I am speaking to those interested clubs as we hope to sort out something on Dale's future as soon as possible."

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