Bayern Munich to sign Benjamin Pavard from Stuttgart at end of season

Bayern Munich to sign Benjamin Pavard from Stuttgart at end of season

Bayern Munich will sign defender Benjamin Pavard from fellow German club Stuttgart in July.

The defender, who can play at centre-back as well as right-back, moved to the Bundesliga from Lille in 2016 and soon established himself as a star man for Stuttgart, starting all 34 league games last season.

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The 22-year-old full-back starred for France as they won the World Cup in the summer, his stunning strike against Argentina in the round of 16 eventually being named as goal of the tournament.

With the transfer window now in full swing, Bayern Munich have confirmed the signing of a French 2018 FIFA World Cup victor, who will join them by the end of the 2018/19 season.

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As revealed by Goal, the Bavarians have made a fourth bid of £35m ($45m) for Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi, offering him the No.10 shirt in an attempt to convince him to move to Germany. A rejuvenated Borussia Dortmund - with England global Jadon Sancho playing a starring role - went into the winter break with a six-point lead after their 2-1 win over Borussia Monchengladbach prior to Christmas.

Wednesday's official announcement by Bayern Munich means Benjamin Pavard will complete the ongoing season with Stuttgart and will leave when this term comes to an end.

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