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Breaking: Fabrizio Romano confirms Tolisso’s free transfer to Lyon

Thu 30 June 2022 | 14:03

Bayern Munich finally decided to release the 27-year-old midfielder Corentin Tolisso this summer. Now after many speculations, the renowned Sky Sports journalist Fabrizio Romano revealed the details of the transfer in a tweet.

Tolisso

joined Bayern Munich from Lyon in 2017, during which time he played 118 games for his team and scored 21 goals. The severe injury he suffered in 2018 meant that he could no longer shine significantly and was not given much opportunity.

 “Official presentation tomorrow for Corentin Tolisso as new Olympique Lyon signing, deal completed on a free transfer after medical today,”

Romano Confirmed the news

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“Tolisso will sign with OL until June 2027

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After his breakthrough season with Lyon in the 2014-15 season, Tolisso's style of play and goals earned him several admirers from around Europe. In July 2016, the footballer was offered less than €40 million to join Serie A side, Napoli. He rejected the offer and showed his commitment to the Lyon club and confirmed that he will stay at his current club.

on 14 June 2017,

Bayern Munich

announced that the football star will be signing a four-year contract worth more than €40 million in addition to €6 million in potential bonuses. This was the highest price for a footballer in the Bundesliga, the Most Expensive Signing of Bayern Munich as well. However, despite winning major trophies, his severe injuries prevented him to perform up to expectations, and now heads back to the club he stepped up his career with after being released from the

Bayern Munich roster

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source: Fabrizio Romano

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