Benjamin Pavard moves from FC Bayern to Inter Milan

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Benjamin Pavard (27) is moving from FC Bayern to Inter Milan. The French defender, who arrived from VfB Stuttgart in the summer of 2019 won a host of silverware with the Munich club including the Bundesliga title four times, the Champions League, the Club World Cup, the UEFA Super Cup, the DFB Cup, and the DFL Supercup twice.

FC Bayern CEO Jan-Christian Dreesen: "Merci Benji! We would like to thank Benjamin Pavard for four extremely successful years together. Not least in our historic sextuple year, he was a very important part of the team, especially as he was the match-winner in the final of the Club World Cup. We respect his desire for a new challenge and have therefore agreed o a move to Inter Milan. We wish him all the best and much success for his future in Serie A in Italy."

Pavard made 163 competitive appearances for FC Bayern, scoring 12 goals in the process. A year after winning the World Cup with the French national team, he joined the German record champions from VfB Stuttgart. During his time in Munich, he also won the Nations League with the "Equipe Tricolore" in 2021.

On Wednesday, Christoph Freund was officially unveiled as FC Bayern's new sporting director. You can find the key statements here:

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