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Cost 150 million: Now is the WORLD cup-legend transferfri

The German offensivspiller Mario Götze scored back in 2014 the decisive goal in the WORLD cup final, and then it could look like the starting point for a great career.

It is, however, never quite been as one might have hoped, and now it's been established that he leave Dortmund after this season.

It informs Dortmund sports director Michael Zorc to Sky Deutschland.

- Our paths diverge, with Mario Goetze this summer. It is a common and respectful decision, says Zorc.

Back in 2016 turned Götze back to Dortmund after a stay in Bayern Munich. Then cost he about 150 million crowns, but now that the player's contract still expires after this season, so it is to a round zero, which they get for him now.

It has this season been difficult for the German player to get playing time on a team, where among other things, Julian Brandt has come to the front of the queue. It is also only been to four minutes in two matches for Goetze after coronapausen ended.

With its 27 years, there are still plenty of good years left in Götze, and the future will show who gets the joy of him.

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