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World Cup winner Goetze set to sign for Eintracht Frankfurt: reports

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Mario Götze, who scored the winning goal in the 2014 World Cup final for Germany, is reportedly set to return to the Bundesliga by signing with Europa League winners Eintracht Frankfurt.

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According to German media reports, after two years of playing in the Dutch league for PSV Eindhoven, the 30-year-old must undergo a medical examination in Frankfurt.

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Eintracht Frankfurt are said to be ready to honor the four million euro ($4.2 million) buyout clause in Gotze’s contract with Eindhoven, who finished second to Ajax in the Dutch league last season.

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Gotze missed the start of pre-season training with Eindhoven on Monday as the club said the attacking midfielder was busy “finishing the transfer”.

It was Götze’s stunning volley on substitute against Argentina in the 2014 World Cup final that sealed Germany’s victory in Brazil.

Götze burst onto the scene in 2010/11 as a fresh-faced teenager whose goals helped Dortmund win their first consecutive Bundesliga title.

However, he left the German league in 2020 and moved to the Netherlands after an unsuccessful return to Dortmund as he failed to establish himself in the first team of Bayern Munich, whom he joined in 2013.

The arrival of Götze will boost Frankfurt’s attack, which beat Rangers in the Europa League final last month to finish 11th in Germany’s top flight.

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Source: sports.yahoo.com

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