The trio failed to impress whilst on loan with their respective clubs, and so reportedly Bayern look set not to want to keep them within the fold.

According to reports, Bayern Munich, who just celebrated winning their ninth straight Bundesliga title, will be looking to bring in some funds by selling several players this summer.

Those players may not be names that will be immediately familiar to many observers, but they are part of the Bayern roster. The trio of players that have come up on the "for sale" list are none other than Michaël Cuisance, Adrian Fein, and Joshua Zirkzee.

All three of the players, who spent time away from the Allianz Arena, were on loans this past season: Cuisance at Olympique Marseille, Fein at PSV Eindhoven, and Zirkzee with Parma. None of them managed to impress. As such, Bayern could look to offload both Cuisance and Fein, who play as attacking and defensive midfielders respectively, as well as Zirkzee, a powerful striker who some observers had hoped could have been mentored by record-setting goal-scorer Robert Lewandowski.