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Bayern Munich, one of Germany’s leading football leagues, announced on their official website Tuesday that Javi Martinez will leave at the end of the season.

The farewell was not surprising, as it was from the envelope that the two parties would not extend the contract.

Martinez arrived in Munich in 2012, for a club record of 40 million euros. Already in its first season, he has become a staple in the Jupp Hynix triathlon.

He was disabled several times during the nine years, and he has played for the German squad a total of 266 times so far. He scored 14 goals and scored 11 assists in his performances.

I am very proud and happy to have been a member of the Bayern family for nine years. I want to thank this great club and above all its fans – I have made Munich my home. I will never forget these nine years. From day one, I knew what Mia san Mia meant and how special FC Bayern Munich was

Written on the club’s website is the 32-year-old world champion player, who may celebrate his ninth league title with Bayern this weekend. Martinez has also won the Champions League twice and the German Cup five times with the squad.

Jerome Boateng and David Alaba are sure to leave the club at the end of the season, as will coach Hanse Flick who will be replaced. Julian Nagelsmann Will arrive.

(Cover photo: M. Donato / Getty Images Hungary)

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