"Fisnik is a talented player with a highly interesting striker profile. In the last Regionalliga season alone, he consistently drew attention to himself by scoring 14 goals. Also, due to his unfortunate injury in pre-season and the highly competitive situation in his position, the prospect of much playing time with us does not exist," said Pirmin Schwegler, the Head of Professional Football at TSG. "In his case in particular, it is now fundamentally important to play matches at the highest-possible level. So we have now found a solution that makes sense for everyone involved. We're confident that he will successfully take the next steps in his development in Vienna and then go on the attack again with us after his loan spell," Schwegler explained.
Asllani moved to the TSG Academy from Union Berlin in the summer of 2020 and made his debut in the Bundesliga in November 2021, where he has made 10 appearances to date. The 21-year-old striker played 53 games for the TSG reserves, notching 15 goals and nine assists in the process.