Miro Muheim joins HSV on loan
The 23-year-old left-back signs for a year from Swiss side FC St. Gallen.
Hamburger SV have secured their next new signing for the 2021/22 season. Miro Muheim has joined on a one-year loan deal from Swiss side FC St. Gallen after completing his medical on Monday (14/6). “We have been tracking Miro for a while now. He has a lot of pace and is an attacking left-back. He likes to get forward and plays with real confidence,” explained HSV sporting director Michael Mutzel. Muheim, who played 24 times in the Swiss Super League last season, is excited for his new challenge in Germany: “I’m really happy that my loan deal is completed. After my time at St. Gallen, I would like to take the next step in my development, which is why I chose to join HSV. I had great conversations with the staff and the challenges here in Hamburg were really appealing to me.”
Zürich, Chelsea, HSV
Miro Max Maria Muheim was born in Flüelen in Switzerland on 24th March 1998 and grew up in Zürich. He was in FC Zürich’s academy from 2004 to 2014, before moving to Chelsea’s academy. He spent four years in their U18s and U23s, winning the UEFA Youth League in 2015/16. He spent half a season back on loan at Zürich’s U21s in 2017, returning permanently to his home country in 2018, signing a four-year deal at FC St. Gallen. The 23-year-old has played 66 times in all competitions for St. Gallen and won five caps for Switzerland’s U21s. Now he has moved to the north of Germany to play for HSV – welcome aboard, Miro!
Name: Miro Muheim
Birthday: 24th March 1998
Place of birth: Zürich
Height: 1,82 Meter
Previous clubs: FC Chelsea U23s (2016-18), FC Zürich U21s (2017, loan), FC St. Gallen (2018-21), Hamburger SV (since 2021)