Bayern Munich secure Serge Gnabry signing from Werder Bremen

Rosalie Stanley
June 12, 2017

"Of course it's a pity that an absolutely top player like Serge, whose progress has been phenomenal and who helped the team hugely with his outstanding performances, is leaving us", said Bremen head coach Alexander Nouri.

Bayern Munich have signed former Arsenal midfielder Serge Gnabry from Werder Bremen on a three-year contract.

Gnabry initially impressed after his 2016 move from Arsenal, making his Germany debut, but eventually became a peripheral figure under Alexander Nouri and started just one Bundesliga game in the final two months of the campaign.

Bayern chairman, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, explained that Gnabry's development at Bremen was key to them signing the Germany global.

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Bayern's capture of Gnabry has reportedly made it sure that the German side have now given up on signing Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez and could let go their star winger Douglas Costa.

As a result, Gnabry opted to activate the release clause in his contract with Bundesliga rivals Hoffenheim expected to sign him in the near future. "Serge has improved a lot during his time in Bremen".

Gnabry earned his first senior cap last November, scoring a hat-trick in the World Cup qualifier away to San Marino, which Germany won 8-0.

"It is a great honour to be part of FC Bayern", he said. "I have exciting times ahead of me, which I look forward to".

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