Munich - Switzerland international striker Josip Drmic arrived at 1. FC Nürnberg as a relative unknown quantity, but he will leave the relegated Franconians as one of the Bundesliga's deadliest marksmen.
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Although the 21-year-old's 17 top-flight goals were not enough to save his side from the drop, they did succeed in earning the former FC Zurich man a top-three finish in the scorers' charts, not to mention an impending summer transfer to UEFA Champions League participants Bayer 04 Leverkusen. Given that Drmic was responsible for close to 46 per cent of his side's goals in 2013/14, needing on average four shots per goal and scoring more times on the road (eleven) than any other player in the Bundesliga, it's little wonder die Werkself were so keen to tie him down before the Swiss star travels to Brazil for the FIFA World Cup.