Bayern Munich have signed Konrad Laimer from Bundesliga rivals RB Leipzig on a four-year deal to 2027.
A versatile central midfielder who has been known to fill in at right-back, the Austria international will primarily provide competition for Joshua Kimmich and Leon Goretzka in the middle of the park.
"It's a dream come true for me. Bayern is one of the biggest clubs in the world. I will give everything for the club and the fans," Laimer said of his four-year deal in Munich. "Bayern always has the highest goals - just like me. I'm in the right place here. I'm only capable of giving 100 per cent, and that's what I'll put into every training session from day one. I can hardly wait."
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Laimer has earned a reputation as a high-energy presser in the engine room, making him such a favourite of ex-Bayern boss Julian Nagelsmann when the pair were at Leipzig.
The Austrian is also known for his long-range shooting, as Bayern themselves have found out first hand, with two of his 10 Bundesliga goals coming against his new club.
"We are delighted to have signed Konrad Laimer. He comes to us as a two-time DFB Cup winner - and together we will now hopefully celebrate many more great victories and titles here at Bayern," added new CEO Jan-Christian Dreesen.
Laimer's first competitive appearance in a Bayern shirt could well come against Leipzig when the two sides meet in the season-opening Supercup, scheduled to be played on 12 August, in a repeat of last year's fixture, which the Bundesliga champions won 5-3 at the Red Bull Arena.
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