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Bayern Munich sign Sinan Kurt from Borussia Monchengladbach


Bayern Munich have signed one of the most interesting youngsters of the German Bundesliga, the club's official website reports.

18-year-old Sinan Kurt joins from Borussia Monchengladbach and signed a four-year contract with the reigning German champions.

Meanwhile, president of honor Franz Beckenbauer was clearly upset over criticism following the arrival of midfielder Xabi Alonso from Real Madrid.

"They are stupid remarks," Beckenbauer told Bild.

"Who dominated football over the last few years? Real Madrid, Barcelona and the Spanish National team.

"So Bayern Munich cannot be criticised for signing Spanish players.

"The Bundesliga enjoyed positive outcomes like Raul with Schalke and players like Xabi Alonso need no special training, they arrive and are immediately ready to play football."

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