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Post by rwo power Sun Jan 05, 2014 9:42 pm

As it took me quite a while to compile this, I thought I should put it into a thread of its own in the Bayern section, too, before it becomes invisible in the BL Thread in the GenSec...

I just had a little too much time at hand and decided to check the big player transfers that Bayern did since 2002 (then I didn't feel like looking further).

Of the 31 bigger players they signed from other clubs, 17 were from other BL teams, 5 from La Liga, 2 from Serie A, 2 from Ligue 1, 1 from Brazil, 1 from Argentina, 1 from PL, 1 from Switzerland, 1 from Russia.

In the same time, they promoted 14 players from their own youth who became rather well known names (and I left out the likes of Lell, Ottl, Fürstner, Wagner or Riedmüller who only had a rather limited impact) and 7 of which are now starters or more ore less important players of the Bayern team.


Players transferred to Bayern from other clubs:

2014 - Robert Lewandowski (free) from Borussia Dortmund
2013 - Mario Götze (37 mio) from Borussia Dortmund
2013 - Thiago Alcántara (25 mio) from FC Barcelona / Spain
2012 - Mario Mandzukic (13 mio) from VfL Wolfsburg
2012 - Claudio Pizarro (free) from Werder Bremen (2nd time at Bayern)
2012 - Dante (4.7 mio) from Borussia M'gladbach
2012 - Xherdan Shaqiri (11.8 mio) from FC Basel / Switzerland
2012 - Javi Martínez (40 mio) from Athletic Bilbao / Spain
2011 - Rafinha (5.5 mio) from FC Genoa / Italy
2011 - Manuel Neuer (27.5 mio) from FC Schalke
2011 - Jérôme Boateng (13.5 mio) from Manchester City / England
2010 - Luiz Gustavo (17 mio) from 1899 Hoffenheim
2009 - Ivica Olic (free) from Hamburger SV
2009 - Anatoliy Tymoshchuk (11 mio) from Zenit St.Petersburg / Russia
2009 - Mario Gomez (30 mio) from VfB Stuttgart
2009 - Arjen Robben (24 mio) from Real Madrid / Spain
2007 - Luca Toni (11 mio) from AC Roma / Italy
2007 - Breno (12 mio) from Corinthians São Paulo / Brazil
2007 - Franck Ribéry (25 mio) from Olympique Marseille / France
2007 - Miroslav Klose (15 mio) from Werder Bremen
2006 - Daniel Van Buyten (8 mio) from Hamburger SV
2006 - Lukas Podolski (10 mio) from 1.FC Köln
2006 - Mark Van Bommel (6 mio) from FC Barcelona / Spain
2004 - Lúcio (12 mio) from Bayer Leverkusen
2004 - Bixente Lizarazu (free) from Ol.Marseille / France (2nd time at Bayern)
2004 - Thorsten Frings (9.25 mio) from Borussia Dortmund
2003 - Martin Demichelis (5 mio) from River Plate / Argentina
2003 - Roy Makaay (19.75 mio) from Deportivo La Coruna / Spain
2002 - Zé Roberto (12 mio) from Bayer Leverkusen
2002 - Michael Ballack (6 mio) from Bayer Leverkusen
2002 - Sebastian Deisler (9 mio) from Hertha BSC


Promoted from own Youth/Reserves and afterwards playing for Bayern:
(Thomas Kraft and Michael Rensing are a somewhat special case as they are GKs who don't get as many chances to play as outfield players, but each of them was considered to become Bayern's Nr.1 for a while).

2013 - Pierre-Emile Höjbjerg (okay, not playing much yet, but he's only 18 atm)
2012 - Patrick Weihrauch (not playing much yet, but he's only 19 atm)
2010 - David Alaba (loaned out to Hoffenheim for 1 year)
2009 - Diego Contento
2009 - Thomas Müller
2009 - Holger Badstuber
2008 - Thomas Kraft (nowadays at Hertha BSC)
2007 - Toni Kroos (loaned out for 2 years to Bayer Leverkusen)
2003 - Michael Rensing (nowadays at Fortuna Düsseldorf)
2002 - Philipp Lahm (loaned out for 2 years to VfB Stuttgart)
2002 - Bastian Schweinsteiger


Bayern youth being promoted to the seniors, loaned out shortly thereafter and then sold to other Clubs in the Bundesliga:

2012 - Emre Can (loaned out to Bayer Leverkusen and later sold to them for 5 mio)
2010 - Mehmet Ekici (loaned out to 1.FC Nürnberg and later sold to Werder Bremen for 5 mio)
2007 - Mats Hummels (loaned out to Borussia Dortmund and later sold to them for 4 mio)
2004 - Paolo Guerrero (2006 sold to Hamburger SV for 2.5 mio)
2003 - Piotr Trochowski (sold to Hamburger SV for 1 mio)


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Post by Motogp69 Sun Jan 05, 2014 9:59 pm

Good lord, any club would kill to be that spot on with the majority of their "big money" transfers.
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Post by rwo power Sun Jan 05, 2014 10:11 pm

Yeah, they had few total failures in that time - most notably only Breno and maybe Sebastian Deisler whose health just never allowed him to really play to his potential at Bayern. Well, and Poldi wasn't really bad, but somehow he just didn't fit in.
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Post by Hapless_Hans Mon Jan 06, 2014 2:21 am

poor Deisi. What a talented player he was.

I can vividly remember the deer in the headlight look in his eyes when he had just returned from the looney bin, got subbed on and then subbed off again because of some red card..
At that time I wanted so much for him to make it, but he just couldn't. Hope he's doing fine now.
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Post by rwo power Mon Jan 06, 2014 2:42 am

According to a recent newspaper article from November 2013, Sebastian Deisler is now living quietly in his hometown Lörrach in the Black Forest.
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Post by Babun Mon Jan 06, 2014 12:31 pm

rwo power wrote:According to a recent newspaper article from November 2013, Sebastian Deisler is now living quietly in his hometown Lörrach in the Black Forest.
Eigennamen (names of persons or locations ) don't need translations because it's rather misleading. He lives in Schwarzwald, full stop eco smile
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Post by iftikhar Tue Jan 07, 2014 5:20 pm

1. River Plate is Argentinian
2. Deisler  Sad The other player with the combination of sublime skill and fragile physic was Auralio  :facepalm:
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Post by rwo power Tue Jan 07, 2014 8:30 pm

iftikhar wrote:1. River Plate is Argentinian
Eep! I ask forgiveness! *runs to correct it*
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Post by ioilersrock448 Wed Jan 08, 2014 1:43 am

Wow such an incredible success rate.
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Post by rwo power Wed Jan 08, 2014 8:44 am

Yeah, I was surprised, too, that most of the players who didn't really make it were usually acquired for comparatively small money.

I think it is a bit "worrying" that the Bayern academy looks a bit dry atm - it was mainly in Louis Van Gaals time that the youngsters were given more chances and imo it showed. I hope that Pep Guardiola will give them more chances, too, but then, he is known to work well with young players.
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Post by S Wed Jan 08, 2014 8:51 am

Its a bit easy to have this kind of success rate in terms of the German market though because none in Bundesliga even have 1/3rd of the spending power Bayern has nor can compete with them in terms of a leverage point of view.

But credit to them in having fairly good success in their abroad transfers too.
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Post by rwo power Wed Jan 08, 2014 9:27 am

Well, if you compare with some other teams - Real Madrid comes to mind first - they often spend quite some money and then the players do not fit in as was hoped. So in a way it is not only buying the players, but also figuring out how to properly use them which Bayern does very well.
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Post by iftikhar Wed Jan 08, 2014 10:00 am

Diego Contento
Thomas Müller
Holger Badstuber
Toni Kroos
Philipp Lahm
Bastian Schweinsteiger

The youth/reserve is quiet impressive too. However, if consider the overall success in 10 years, it looks a bit ordinary. I mean I expected more names from their academy. But being the most wealthy club, they will tend to buy more than other clubs.
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Post by rwo power Wed Jan 08, 2014 11:59 am

Well, there are some youth players that transfered to other teams and had success there, like Mats Hummels, Piotr Trochowski, Paolo Guerrero, Thomas Kraft and possibly Mehmet Ekici and Emre Can. Several others were average, but still made their way as professionals (Michael Rensing, Lell, Ottl, Fürstner, Wagner or Riedmüller).
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Post by VivaStPauli Wed Jan 08, 2014 12:52 pm

Bayern also weren't really known for their youth academy up until maybe 2005 or so, great talented youth usually came from Stuttgart or Schalke before that time...
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Post by rwo power Wed Jan 08, 2014 12:58 pm

Actually, great talent still come from Schalke noadays, too ^^
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Post by Hapless_Hans Tue Jan 14, 2014 2:41 am

No Schlaudraff, no Baumjohann, No Sosa.. lol rwo I think you're missing out a few misses.

And yes, before Van Gaal we were more or less a place where young talents go to die.. Roque, Breno, Sosa etc.
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Post by rwo power Tue Jan 14, 2014 6:00 am

Jan Schlaudraff was 24 when he arrived at Bayern in 2007 for 1.2 mio Euros and he was sold to Hannover in 2008 for 2 mio Euros. So he was neither a youth product, nor a really big transfer at that time. As Bayern sold him for more than he cost within a year, I didn't really consider him such a big thing.

Alexander Baumjohann was originally a Schalke youth product (I was actually pretty surprised when I found that out as from the name I would have bet he should have been Bavarian) and he was 22 when he first came to Bayern in 2009 for free via BMG. I don't really consider him any big name transfer and he wasn't actually a loss either as he was sold back to Schalke for 1 mio Euros in January 2010.

As for José Sosa, yeah, you are right, him I actually missed. 9 mio Euros of which only 3 mio could be recouped. ^^
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Post by Hapless_Hans Tue Jan 14, 2014 10:20 am

ah ok sure - it say 'big player' in the headline.

Funny enough, Sosa just joined Atletico.
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Post by Angoulême Wed Feb 05, 2014 12:43 am

How soon before Bayern go after Timo Werner ? He is without a doubt one of the biggest German offensive talents right now, maybe even the biggest one. The boy is gifted with huge talent, but the most astounding part about him is the consistency and maturity in his play. Several people recently called him the striker version of Mario Götze and I can see where they are coming from. Despite being a very different player type the special level of maturity on the pitch is something they have in common.
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Post by rwo power Wed Feb 05, 2014 11:23 am

Well, several big teams are supposedly interested in Timo Werner. From what I gathered, he first wants to secure a proper place in Stuttgart, though. As he is born in Stuttgart, he will likely want to stay there for a while longer, especially as the Stuttgart board seems to be very intent to try and keep him for now. As the Stuttgart manager said - they are prepared to go to the "Schmerzgrenze" to keep him. (That is, they want to offer him the biggest money possible.) Moreover, he is working on his Abitur at the moment, so I doubt he will leave before he completed his school education.
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