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F C Bayern signs midfielder Sabitzer from Leipzig

The Austrian midfielder reunites with Julian Nagelsmann following quite a while of hypothesis, and will wear No 18 at Allianz Arena

Bayern Munich have finished the hotly anticipated exchange of Marcel Sabitzer, marking the Austrian worldwide midfielder from Bundesliga rivals RB Leipzig.

Sabitzer is the third individual to cross from Leipzig to Munich this late spring – after director Julian Nagelsmann joined the Bundesliga champions, trailed by focal safeguard Dayot Upamecano.

The focal midfielder has marked a four-year contract until 2025 and will wear No 18. It is broadly announced that the exchange charge is €16 million

Sabitzer joined Leipzig from Rapid Vienna in 2014, playing multiple times for the club in all rivalries and scoring 52 objectives.

The 27-year-old assaulting midfielder played two seasons at Leipzig under supervisor Julian Nagelsmann, who was delegated Bayern lead trainer in April.

Sport1, Florian Plettenberg struck early and revealed that Bayern Munich and Sabitzer conceded to a four-year bargain. The move ought to settle the club’s midfield for quite a long time to come. Officeholder starter Joshua Kimmich has effectively inked an expansion through 2025, while his accomplice in the focal point of the recreation center, Leon Goretzka, is reputed to sign another arrangement through the 2026 season after the momentum International break.

 

“I’m delighted to have the opportunity to play for FC Bayern. As a child my Bayern jersey was my pride and joy – I got a new one at Christmas every year,” Sabitzer remarked to the club website . “I’ll give everything for this club, I want to win as many matches as possible and of course collect lots of titles.”

“Marcel Sabitzer offers everything that an FC Bayern player needs. On top of that, he won’t need long to settle in as he’s already well-acquainted with the philosophy of our coach Julian Nagelsmann,” Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn said.

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