Now it’s official: Ten years after FC Bayern Munich, Jerome Bodeng (32) opens a new chapter. Central defender is drawn to Olympic Lyon.
New Jersey: Jerome Bodeng on Wednesday in Lyon.
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It was quiet around Boden that summer. Until August 31 – thus the last day of the exchange period – all of a sudden the reports piled up. Olympian Leon Boden intensified talks with the party and the deal was awarded on Wednesday. The federal defender, who meets former Dortmund and Leverkusen coach Peter Bose at OL, has signed a two-year contract until 2023.
The 2014 World Champion in Munich looks back on an eventful decade – but one of the most successful. Along with German record champions, Boden has won the Champions League twice, the European Super Cup twice, the Club World Cup twice, the nine German Championships and the DFB Cup five times.
Although the last three love affairs have broken down, Bodeng certainly has a place in the FCB’s history books. “I advise Bodeng to leave FC Bayern,” Bayern president Uli Honek said on the celebrations page for the dual season in May 2019. But Bodeng eventually decided to stay in Munich – and Joachim Low’s EM squad showed a big increase in the number who wanted to see him.
In early April, the Board of Supervisors decided
In early April 2021, the FCB AG Oversight Board decided that the Boateng course would end after the 2020/21 season in Munich. Overall, Bodeng has made 314 Bundesliga appearances (five goals) for FCB, HSV and Hertha, 85 in the Champions League (four goals) and 47 in the DFB Cup (one goal). He ran 76 times (one goal) for the senior national team.
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