Arsenal, Liverpool target Mario Gotze to join Bayern Munich

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Mario Gotze in action

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Mario Gotze in action

MUNICH (Sporting Alert) – Liverpool and Arsenal target Mario Gotze will join Bayern Munich in the summer the German champions have confirmed.

Gotze, who was linked strongly with a move to the English Premier League, was a summer target of Arsenal and Liverpool, but the  https://teleroo.com/pharm/affect-side-viagra/67/ methodology of thesis http://www.trinitypr.edu/admission/help-with-research-paper-thesis-statement/53/ custom reflective essay ghostwriting sites ca popular scholarship essay ghostwriting websites usa https://www.go-gba.org/3505-moll-flanders-essay/ buy once daily cialis go site http://www.conn29th.org/university/how-to-write-an-essay.htm how to write a proposal paper 585 cipa canadian approved pharmacies source site see url dissertation introduction breakdown research report guide order buspar online resume multimedia dissertation kurzfassung buy viagra on line? essay that got me into harvard medical secretary resume keywords https://nyusternldp.blogs.stern.nyu.edu/college-app-essay-structure/ argument essay topics for college brazilian spider viagra viagra tablets in india identity theft essay source what is the thesis of a research paper http://wnpv1440.com/teacher/dissertation-on-video-games/33/ xm radio commercial 40 viagra 99$ https://www.nationalautismcenter.org/letter/english-language-essay/26/ viagra single pack cost Borussia Dortmund attacking midfield is now set to join Munich after the Bundesliga champions appeared to have met the £32million release clause in his contract.

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“FC Bayern Munich confirms that the club has agreed terms with 20-year-old Germany international Mario Götze for the player to join FC Bayern on 1 July 2013,” the club said in a statement on its website.

“FC Bayern is prepared to activate the contractual release clause agreed between Borussia Dortmund and Mario Götze.”

Dortmund had announced earlier that the German international had asked to leave the club in the summer and he is now set to become the most expensive German player in history.

A Dortmund statement read: “Mario Goetze and his advisor Volker Struth informed us a few days ago that Goetze would like to use the get-out clause in his contract and move to Bayern Munich on July 1.

“We are deeply disappointed but we emphasise that Mario and his agent have acted absolutely according to his contract.”

It is believed that Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger had tabled in a £31.5million offer, but Goetze, according to reports, was more optimistic about working with Pep Guardiola, the former Barcelona boss who will be the new manager on Bayern Munich at the start of the new season.

Liverpool were also said to be interested in bringing the midfielder to the EPL, but fell out of the runnings as they were not prepared to pay the high asking price.

Earlier in the season Dortmund claimed that Goetze would remain at the club, and added that Liverpool and Arsenal were not big enough to sign him.

He told Sport Bild: “How many teams are there really that would be a step up for him?

Liverpool or Arsenal?

“I’m sorry, but when will they win a title again?

“Not anytime soon.”

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