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Bye Bye Boateng

Bye Bye Boateng

According to their official website Bayern Munich have reached an agreement with Manchester City over the signing of German defender Jerome Boateng.

The 22-year-old will sign a four-year contract, however, even though no official figure has been announced the transfer fee is thought to be in the region of £18m.

Bayern sporting director Christian Nerlinger told the club's official website...

'Jerome Boateng is a young German international, who fits perfectly into the philosophy of FC Bayern.'

City signed Boateng from Hamburg for £10.4m prior to the World Cup last summer but he made only 14 Premier League starts for the club last season.



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Writer:danielqpr
Date:Thursday July 14 2011
Time: 11:36AM

Comments

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Good luck to him with BM.. just didn seem to work out for him at CITY and good business for us if we have ended up with an £8mil profit..... should keep la frog Platini happy.
belfastblue
14/07/2011 11:43:00
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Auf wiedersehn pet!
Bluedub
14/07/2011 11:45:00
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Pity he spent most of the season out injured and never really seemed to get going after that. Still, we've made a profit and hopefully shut up Karl Heinz Ruminegge in the process. Result!
fifthcolumnblue
14/07/2011 11:46:00
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If that figure is true that would mean we've so far spent £13m this window and received £18m, £5mil profit and we've got a new CB and FB and lost one CB. Ruining football I tells ya.
Bluedub
14/07/2011 11:51:00
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Pity he didn't have enough time to prove himself nevertheless I wish the lad well at Bayern.
tudor
14/07/2011 12:02:00
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Guten Bye Jerome
rojo2010
14/07/2011 12:28:00
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I wish him well. The trolley dolly didn't help his City career!
pedmachine
14/07/2011 12:47:00
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