Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Gladbach agree deal for Christoph Kramer

Bundesliga outfit Borussia M’gladbach have reportedly agreed to sign German midfielder Christoph Kramer from Bayer Leverkusen, Bild can reveal.

Die Fohlen wasted no time in finding a replacement for Granit Xhaka and they are set to complete the deal for the Germany international.

Bild claims the Bundesliga rivals have agreed on a €15 million fee, with Kramer set to be official unveiled as Borussia M’gladbach footballer later this week.

Kramer had already spent two years on loan with die Fohlen, before returning to Bay Arena last summer.

But, the 25-year-old is now set to join Borussia on permanent basis and he hopes he will also be able to play himself back into the first team plans of Germany boss Joachim Low.

Kramer represented Die Mannschaft at the 2014 World Cup finals, making a total of three appearances as Germany went on to claim the trophy, and he even started the final against Argentina.

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