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Germans Rate Mandzukic’s Move To Bayern As Transfer Of The Year

Popular German portal Sportschau1 has named Croatian striker Mario Mandzukic’s transfer to German giants Bayern Munich as the transfer of the year.

“Bayern Munich paid Wolfsburg 13 million euro for Mario Mandzukic. That was a great deal for somebody who was not even meant to be part of Bayern’s starting eleven. 9 goals in 14 league matches speaks for itself,” wrote the portal.

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