Inter Milan have signed France defender Benjamin Pavard on a permanent deal, the clubs have announced.
The 27-year-old World Cup-winner moves after four years with the German giants in which he added four Bundesliga titles and the Champions League to his medal collection.
He also won the Club World Cup, European Super Cup and German Cup during a Bayern career in which he made 163 appearances and scored 12 goals.
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Bayern chief executive Jan-Christian Dreesen said: “We would like to thank Benjamin Pavard for four extremely successful years together.
“Not least in our historic 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.
“We respect his desire for a new challenge and have therefore agreed on a move to Inter Milan. We wish him all the best and much success for his future in Serie A in Italy.”
Pavard began his professional career with Lille before joining Bayern after a three-year spell with Stuttgart.