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Gomez set for Bayern exit

Bayern Munich striker Mario Gomez's agent says that the Germany international will be leaving the UEFA Champions League winners this summer.

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Mario Gomez: The Germany striker's agent says he is set to leave Bayern Muni

Mario Gomez: The Germany striker's agent says he is set to leave Bayern Muni

The 27-year old still has three years remaining on his contract at the Allianz Arena but he has fallen down the pecking order following the arrival of Mario Mandzukic last year.

Manchester City, Chelsea and Napoli are believed to be amongst the teams keen on Gomez and his representative, Uli Ferber, confirmed that he is set for a departure from Bayern.

"As far as I am concerned, the trend in the matter of Mario is definitely a transfer. He will be leaving Bayern Munich this summer," he told German sports magazine Kicker.

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