By Peter Weis@PeterVicey

Bayern complete Peretz signing

FC Bayern München officially unveiled goalkeeping signing Daniel Peretz on Friday evening. 
Israeli keeper Daniel Peretz's move to German record champions FC Bayern München is officially sealed. The Bavarians officially unveiled the 23-year-old on Friday Evening. The Maccabi Tel Aviv keeper arrives in München for, according to Germany's Kicker Magazine, a transfer fee of €5 million plus performance bonuses. His new contract runs through 2028.

The Israeli keeper - who also holds a German passport - recently drew attention to himself in a group stage match against the Germany U21s in this summer's European Championship. Peretz saved two penalties in the 1-1 draw. Acting FCB sporting CEO Jan-Christian Dreesen lauded Peretz as a goalkeeper with "great potential".

"Playing for Bayern is the dream of every child," Peretz himself added, "As soon as I heard about Bayern's interest, my lone wish was to transfer here. I'm eager for all that comes before me now."

Peretz will slide behind current Bayern #1 Sven Ulreich for now. Manuel Neuer, Dreesen also confirmed, is slated for a return to the starting spot once his return from injury is complete. Bayern also awarded a professional contract to 19-year-old goalkeeping prospect Tom Ritzy Hülsmann this week.

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