CEO Oliver Kahn has words of praise for the outgoing Tolisso: “Corentin Tolisso was part of our team for five years, which made history with the six-title season in 2020, among other things. We thank him for his achievements and commitment and wish him all the best for the future.”
The 27-year-old midfielder made 118 competitive appearances for FC Bayern, scoring 21 goals. The French world champion’s contract expires at the end of July. The 27-year-old can therefore leave Munich free of charge.
Recently there was speculation about a move to Sevilla FC. “A new page is opened… A big THANK YOU for these 5 beautiful years, which have brought me so much sportingly and personally,” Tolisso wrote on Instagram.
He celebrated five German championships in Munich, twice winning the DFB Cup and four DFL Supercup victories. He also won the Champions League, the Club World Cup and the European Supercup with FC Bayern.
However, the Frenchman also had to struggle with injuries again and again. That’s why Tolisso was never able to earn a regular place.
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