Bayern Munich have reached an agreement to sign Borussia Dortmund striker Alexander Isak in 2020.
The 17-year-old only joined BVB from Swedish side AIK today but Munich have wasted little time in poaching another player from their arch rivals.
Isak won’t cost Munich anything as he’ll take to the Bundesliga like a duck to water before running down his contract and leaving Dortmund on a free transfer.
He follows in the footsteps of Mario Gotze, Robert Lewandowski and Mats Hummels who all declared their love for Dortmund before sacking them off at the first sign of Bayern’s interest.
Unofficial head of transfers at Bayern, Lee Satchel, exlpained: “To be honest with you we’ve never actually seen the lad play.
“But if he’s good enough for Dortmund then he’s probably good enough for us. And if he’s not we’ll just sell him back to Dortmund in a couple of years.
“Carlo [Ancelotti] fired up Football Manager and said he was pretty decent so we’re sure he’ll do alright for us.
“We’ve given Dortmund a few years to train him up into a world-class striker, so we don’t have to do too much work when he comes here.
“The dream is to build a complete XI of players we’ve nicked from Dortmund in the future, ideally without paying for any of them, so we’re coming along nicely.”