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Dortmund's 10 most lucrative player sales

10. Shinji Kagawa

In the summer of 2012, Manchester United paid Dortmund 16 million euros for Japan's Shinji Kagawa. Two years later he returned to Dortmund for half that price.

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10. Shinji Kagawa

In the summer of 2012, Manchester United paid Dortmund 16 million euros for Japan's Shinji Kagawa. Two years later he returned to Dortmund for half that price.

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9. Matthias Ginter

Dortmund bought Matthias Ginter for 10 million euros from Frieburg in 2014. In the summer of 2017, they sold the player to Monchengladbach for 17 million euros, making 7 million euros profit.

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9. Matthias Ginter

Dortmund bought Matthias Ginter for 10 million euros from Frieburg in 2014. In the summer of 2017, they sold the player to Monchengladbach for 17 million euros, making 7 million euros profit.

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8. Andriy Yarmolenko

Andriy Yarmolenko is the only player on the list who resulted in a fancial loss to Dortmund. The club signed him in the summer of 2017 for 25 million euros, before selling him a year later to West Ham for 20 million after the Ukranian failed to make an impact.

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8. Andriy Yarmolenko

Andriy Yarmolenko is the only player on the list who resulted in a fancial loss to Dortmund. The club signed him in the summer of 2017 for 25 million euros, before selling him a year later to West Ham for 20 million after the Ukranian failed to make an impact.

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7. Ilkay Gundogan

Dortmund bought Gundogan for 5.5 million euros in 2011. In 2016, he was sold to Manchester City for 27 million euros, resulting in a profit of 21.5 million euros for the German club.

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7. Ilkay Gundogan

Dortmund bought Gundogan for 5.5 million euros in 2011. In 2016, he was sold to Manchester City for 27 million euros, resulting in a profit of 21.5 million euros for the German club.

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6. Mats Hummels

Mats Hummels got his footballing education at Bayern Munich's youth academy, which was overseen by his father Hermann, before Dortmund paid the then 18-year-old's buyout clause of 5 million euros in 2009. In the summer of 2016, he returned to Bayern for a fee of 30 million euros.

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6. Mats Hummels

Mats Hummels got his footballing education at Bayern Munich's youth academy, which was overseen by his father Hermann, before Dortmund paid the then 18-year-old's buyout clause of 5 million euros in 2009. In the summer of 2016, he returned to Bayern for a fee of 30 million euros.

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5. Mario Götze

Bayern paid 37 million euros for Dortmund youth academy graduate Mario Götze in 2013. Three years later Dortmund bought him back for 15 million less than they sold him at 22 million euros.

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5. Mario Götze

Bayern paid 37 million euros for Dortmund youth academy graduate Mario Götze in 2013. Three years later Dortmund bought him back for 15 million less than they sold him at 22 million euros.

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4. Henrikh Mkhitaryan

In 2013, Dortmund paid Shaktar 25.5 million euros for Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who was later sold to Manchester United for 42 million euros. The Armenian is now at Arsenal, after United sold him as part of the swap deal for Alexis Sánchez in January last year.

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4. Henrikh Mkhitaryan

In 2013, Dortmund paid Shaktar 25.5 million euros for Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who was later sold to Manchester United for 42 million euros. The Armenian is now at Arsenal, after United sold him as part of the swap deal for Alexis Sánchez in January last year.

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3. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

After several seasons at Dortmund where he became the club's striker of reference, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was sold to Arsenal in January 2018 for 64 million euros. The German club had paid just 13 million for the Frenchman less than five years earlier, giving them a profit of 51 million euros.

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3. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

After several seasons at Dortmund where he became the club's striker of reference, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was sold to Arsenal in January 2018 for 64 million euros. The German club had paid just 13 million for the Frenchman less than five years earlier, giving them a profit of 51 million euros.

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2. Christian Pulisic

Christian Pulisic is the latest to join the list. Dortmund officially announced on January 2, 2019, that the academy graduate would join Chelsea for 64 million euros. The 20-year-old, however, will remain on loan at Dortmund until the end of the season.

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2. Christian Pulisic

Christian Pulisic is the latest to join the list. Dortmund officially announced on January 2, 2019, that the academy graduate would join Chelsea for 64 million euros. The 20-year-old, however, will remain on loan at Dortmund until the end of the season.

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1. Ousmane Dembélé

In the summer of 2017, Barcelona were desperate fill the hole left by Neymar, whom they had sold to PSG for 222 million euros. Knowing Barca had fresh money to spend and were also eager to buy, Dortmund took advantage and managed to negotiate the sale of Ousmane Dembélé for 115 million euros, the largest sale in the history of German football. That translated to 100 million euros in profit for Bayern, who had paid Rennes just 15 million for the teenager two years prior.

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1. Ousmane Dembélé

In the summer of 2017, Barcelona were desperate to find a replacement for Neymar, whom they had sold to PSG for 222 million euros. Knowing Barca had fresh money to spend and were also eager to find someone to fill Neymar's boots, Dortmund took advantage and managed to negotiate the sale of Ousmane Dembélé for 115 million euros, the largest sale in the history of German football. That translated to 100 million euros in profit for Bayern, who had paid Rennes just 15 million for the teenager two years prior.

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