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Nübel and 12 more Bayern signings that hurt their rivals

Alexander Nübel

The Schalke 04 keeper has an agreement in place with Bayern that will see him move the Bavarian side in July 2020.

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Leon Goretzka. Free

The Schalke 04 star will also join Bayern in July when his contract expires.

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Leon Goretzka. Free.

The Schalke 04 star will also join Bayern in July when his contract expires.

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Sandro Wagner. €13 million.

Bayern academy player, Wagner, returned to the club in January 2018 after some great performances with Hoffenheim.

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Sandro Wagner. €13 million.

Bayern academy player, Wagner, returned to the club in January 2018 after some great performances with Hoffenheim.

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Sebastian Rudy. Free.

Sebastian Rudy was Hoffenheim's midfield master when they finished 4th in 2017. He left for free after finishing his time at the German club.

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Sebastian Rudy. Free.

Sebastian Rudy was Hoffenheim's midfield master when they finished 4th in 2017. He left for free after finishing his time at the German club.

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Niklas Süle. €20 million.

The German defender left Hoffenheim at 21 and signed with Bayern in 2017.

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Niklas Süle. €20 million.

The German defender left Hoffenheim at 21 and signed with Bayern in 2017.

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Serge Gnabry. €8 million.

Serge Gnabry was not counted on by Arsene Wenger at Arsenal and left for Weder Bremen where he was a revelation. Bayern paid his release clause in 2017 and loaned him to Hoffenheim as part of the Süle deal.

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Serge Gnabry. €8 million.

Serge Gnabry was not counted on by Arsene Wenger at Arsenal and left for Weder Bremen where he was a revelation. Bayern paid his release clause in 2017 and loaned him to Hoffenheim as part of the Süle deal.

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Mats Hummels. €35 million.

An academy player for Bayern, who left in 2008 for Dortmund. He eventually returned to Bayern eight years later when they signed him from their Bundesliga rivals.

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Mats Hummels. €35 million.

An academy player for Bayern, who left in 2008 for Dortmund. He eventually returned to Bayern eight years later when they signed him from their Bundesliga rivals.

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Joshua Kimmich. €8.5 million.

Stuttgart academy player, who was loaned to RB Leipzig. His excellent performances for Leipzig and in Germany's underage teams saw Bayern make a move for the versatile defender.

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Joshua Kimmich

Stuttgart academy player, who was loaned to RB Leipzig. His excellent performances for Leipzig and in Germany's underage teams saw Bayern make a move for the versatile defender.

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Robert Lewandowski. Free.

The Polish defender was a reference point for Dortmund and Bayern called him up to sign him as they landed the Bundesliga's best striker for nothing.

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Robert Lewandowski. Free.

The Polish defender was a reference point for Dortmund and Bayern called him up to sign him as they landed the Bundesliga's best striker for nothing.

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Mario Götze. €37 million.

The youngster was destined to be a star for Borussia Dortmund after his incredible 2011. Two years later, Bayern announced they paid his release clause. He would eventually return to Dortmund after failing to make an impace at Bayern.

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Mario Götze. €37 million.

The youngster was destined to be a star for Borussia Dortmund after his incredible 2011. Two years later, Bayern announced they paid his release clause. He would eventually return to Dortmund after failing to make an impace at Bayern.

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Mario Mandzukic. €13 million.

The Croatian arrived from Wolfsburg in 2012 with his contract running down. The club preferred to sell him a year before it ran out and Bayern nabbed another top striker for a low price.

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Mario Mandzukic. €13 million.

The Croatian arrived from Wolfsburg in 2012 with his contract running down. The club preferred to sell him a year before it ran out and Bayern nabbed another top striker for a low price.

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Manuel Neuer. €30 million.

The keeper was Germany's first choice when Bayern signed him from Schalke. He was the most expensive goalkeeper in the Bundesliga ever and his performances with the club did not leave any doubt that the price was right.

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Manuel Neuer. €30 million.

The keeper was Germany's first choice when Bayern signed him from Schalke. He was the most expensive goalkeeper in the Bundesliga ever and his performances with the club did not leave any doubt that the price was right.

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Mario Gómez. €30 million.

The striker was Stuttgart's talisman in 2007 when they won the league. In 2009, Bayern swooped and landed the German.

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Mario Gómez. €30 million.

The striker was Stuttgart's talisman in 2007 when they won the league. In 2009, Bayern swooped and landed the German.

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