I gotcha homey. "No Loan After All Green wants to accelerate under Guardiola Awesome World Cup debut that nevertheless ended up falling short, Julian Green brought attention upon himself at the World Cup and now wants to accelerate his career with Bayern's first team. It could have been so beautiful. U.S. Coach Jürgen Klinsmann went for broke and brought in Bayern's youngster Julian Green. Immediately after being brought in, the wide midfielder made good on the gamble by getting a goal back and thus rejuvenating the team. With that dreamy goal, the U.S. team got a second wind. Green brought momentum to the match, displaying a few spectacular displays. After 120 intense minutes, however, he and his team nevertheless departed from the match with a loss. And with that, Green and the U.S. fell from the tournament at Pão de Açúcar. The 19-year old will now depart for a well deserved vacation. And afterwards? He has a contract at Bayern Munich until the end of June 2017. This past season, he was a key player with the Regionalliga where he scored 14 goals in 22 matches. Under Pep Guardiola, he took part in a Champions League encounter at CSKA Moskow even though he'd only had a scant sniff at any professional experience. That equated to a seat on the bench during the previous Bundesliga season. In a way, it's hardly conceivable that a World Cup participant and USMNT player could be playing in the Regionalliga next season. After recently acquiring some information, it appears that Green won't spend the upcoming season playing for Bayern's second team as expected after all. He'll get back and push for his chance with the first team and stick his foot in. Since the first of January Green has had a professional contract. Then, in consultation with team management, Green embarked on mission "Promotion to the 3.Bundesliga" with Bayern II as "Goal Scorer." He missed the end of the promotion campaign, however, due to injury suffered while on duty with the U.S. Although Erik ten Hag's has the primary objective of becoming the champions of the Regionalliga and achieve promotion during the upcoming season, the Dutch coach has to resign himself to likely doing so without the services of the USMNT player. Claims for Green have likely escalated in the past few weeks. "It's been fun watching him grow," said Klinsmann in praise of his protégé after the World Cup. Therefore, the U.S. trainer will have particular interest in seeing Green take the next steps in his development. It's the former Bundesliga trainer's expectation to see the "exciting young players of the future" be poised to create a storm at the 2018 World Cup. Although it's been common practice of Bayern to do so, there are no current plans to loan Green out. This has been the path of several other prominent players such as Philip Lahm (VfB Stuttgart), Toni Kroos (Bayer Leverkusen), and David Alaba (1899 Hoffenheim). The breakthrough for several starters came elsewhere. Those players became superstars before making their way to FC Bayern. Indeed, Pep appears to be fixated on diamonds in the rough, who he can mold into the player he wants. Green wants to take his chances and compete with others for his place on the team. The chances don't appear to be too bad, though. Mario Mandzukic appears for all intents and purposes to be leaving the club. With that, the Spaniard only has two other strikers in Lewandowski and Pizzaro to choose from. A role as Ribéry's backup could also be in the realm of possibilities. His back problems caused the Frenchman to go several matches without playing at the best of his abilities. With Green, the speedy wingster could develop and grow to be his replacement for the future. Up first, however, is the official start date of the duo-champs on July 9th. Green more than likely won't be in camp, but instead enjoying his World Cup vacation."