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FC Dallas Homegrown midfielder Brandon Servania to go on loan in Austria

Looks like Servenia will be the next FC Dallas player to go on loan in Europe.

UPDATE: FC Dallas has now officially loaned out Brandon Servania on what they are calling a ‘short-term’ loan. No official date given on when he will return or if there is a buy clause included.

Reports out of Austria say FC Dallas Homegrown midfielder Brandon Servania is set to join SKN St. Polten on loan for the remainder of their season. It is unknown if a buy clause has been included.

SKN St. Polten plays in the Austrian Bundesliga (Austrian top flight) and currently sits in 8th place (out of 12 clubs).

This caps what has been an interesting offseason for Servania. Things got started off over a month ago, when he apart of a group of FC Dallas players traveling to Bayern Munich to train with the club.

Upon completion of the training stint with Bayern Munich, Servania and Edwin Cerrillo joined two Bayern Munich players on trial with SKN St Polten.

Four days ago, Servania participated in a club friendly against Wacker Innsbruck. Servania entered the match in the second half of a 2-1 St Polten victory.

There's no word on whether Cerrillo will also be joining St Polten on loan. While there is some interest from St. Polten on taking Cerrillo on loan, this is the final day of the Austrian transfer window and no announcement on him has been made.

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