Tuesday 24 May 2016

Mario Gotze Pledge His Future To Bayern Munich

Liverpool's summer transfer plans have been dealt a significant blow by Mario Gotze pledging his future to Bayern Munich under new manager Carlo Ancelotti. The 23years old attacking midfielder, a World Cup winner with Germany in 2014, had been strongly linked with an exit from the Allianz Arena with Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool among the frontrunners to sign him.

Klopp worked with Gotze at Dortmund before the attacker moved to Bayern in 2013 and hoped his connections would help bring the German to Anfield. But German newspaper Bild reported on Monday that Gotze has outlined his plans to remain with the Bundesliga champions. He said “I look forward to the new season in Munich and will do everything possible to compete in top shape during my first training session under Carlo Ancelotti”.

The newspaper also reports that Gotze has split from his representatives, SportsTotal, a statement reads “Sport Total and Mario Götze end their six-year collaboration by mutual agreement. This is the result of a conversation (between) SportsTotal CEO Volker Struth and the 23-year-old... last Saturday together and Gotze added: “I thank SportsTotal for very good cooperation with many highlights and great memories that have shaped my career decisively”'

Gotze missed the majority of the 2015-16 Munich campaign with a thigh injury and was also ruled out of Saturday's penalty shoot-out victory over former club Dortmund in the German Cup final with a rib injury. The mooted arrival of Gotze at Anfield would have been considered a major coup for Liverpool, who will be without European football in Klopp's first full season at the club after last week's Europa League final defeat by Sevilla.

Klopp is expected to inject some fresh faces into his team this summer and Gotze was widely reported to have been considering linking up with his former boss. But it now seems Gotze, who scored the decisive goal in Germany's 2014 1-0 World Cup final victory over Argentina, will stay put in Munich.
Ancelotti is replacing outgoing manager Pep Guardiola, who is taking over at Liverpool's Premier League rivals Manchester City.

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