By Peter Weis@PeterVicey

Sport Bild Report: Stuttgart prepare to recall loan-outs Beyaz and Klimowicz early

Germany's main sporting tabloid reports that two VfB Stuttgart loan-outs will have their current loans terminated prematurely. 

According to Sport Bild, both Ömer Beyaz and Matteo Klimowicz will be due back in Swabia before Bundesliga play resumes. 
Relegation-threatened VfB Stuttgart are reportedly preparing to cancel two loans early. According to Germany's Sport Bild, Turkish attacking midfielder Ömer Beyaz's deal with 1. FC Magdeburg might be terminated by the end of the week. The 18-year-old has only garnered 49 total minutes of play in the 2. Bundesliga.

Though the German tabloid doesn't provide a timetable on Matteo Klimowicz's loan to Bielefeld, Sport Bild claims that Stuttgart will bring the former Germany U21 international back from East Westphalia early. The 22-year-old has made just one start for the DSC this year. He's not featured in the last five games and was even left off the bench squad twice. 

Arminia coach Daniel Scherning recently criticized Klimowicz's posture in training. Commenting on the situation of both players recently, Stuttgart sporting director Sven Mislintat told the tabloid that he felt Beyaz and Klimowicz should be capable of earning playing time at their loan clubs. The report suggests Stuttgart will try to find a new loan locale for Klimowicz. 

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