Following Saturday's victory over Eintracht Frankfurt in the DFB-Pokal final, Konrad Laimer confirmed that it was his final game in a RB Leipzig shirt.
Laimer's departure from RB Leipzig has been widely anticipated for months, with the Austrian international expected to join Bayern on a free transfer.
"I was in Leipzig for six years and my contract is now expiring," Laimer stated after the 2-0 win in the cup final.
"I had a really good time with two titles. In any case, a nice ending." The official announcement of the move is the only remaining formality.
Having joined RB Leipzig from Salzburg six years ago for a fee of €7 million, the 26-year-old midfielder has now concluded his successful tenure at the club.
Laimer made 190 appearances for the Bundesliga outfit, scoring 15 goals and providing 19 assists.
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