Benjamin Pavard has completed his transfer from Bayern Munich to Inter.
After four years at Bayern Munich, Benjamin Pavard is moving to Inter on a permanent basis.
The French international's move to Italy has been made official by the two clubs this evening.
"Merci Benji! We would like to thank Benjamin Pavard for four extremely successful years together. Not least in our historic sextuple year, he was a very important part of the team, especially as he was the match-winner in the final of the Club World Cup," said Bayern Munich CEO Jan-Christian Dreesen.
"We respect his desire for a new challenge and have therefore agreed o a move to Inter Milan. We wish him all the best and much success for his future in Serie A in Italy."
Pavard made a total of 163 appearances for the Bavarians, with whom he won a number of silverware including four Bundesliga titles, the Champions League and the DFB-Pokal.
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