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Manchester City are delighted to announce the arrival of German forward Pauline Bremer who has joined the club on a two-year deal.
Bremer is a talented young forward with a sharp eye for goal. In 2013, she won the Golden Boot in the UEFA Women's U19 Championship in which she scored six crucial goals; she then went onto to play a pivotal role in Germany's FIFA U20 Women's World Cup triumph, a tournament in which she netted home five goals and provided six key assists. Bremer debuted for Germany's senior national team as a substitute at just eighteen and in 2015 recorded her first start for the team with a hat-trick against Hungary.
Bremer joins City from Olympique Lyonnais in a deal that sees right back Lucy Bronze join the French club. In her first season with Lyon, Bremer scored seven goals, but went two better in the 2016-17 season in which she appeared on the scoresheet nine times. However, it was at FFC Turbine Potsdam where Bremer began her senior professional career and had her first taste of Champions League action.
Talking about why she joined Manchester City, Bremer explained: "After seeing the facilities and resources available at Manchester City, the decision to join the club was a no brainer for me. I've never seen anything like this before and I can't wait to get started.
"From the moment you walk through the door everyone makes you feel so welcome and the vision Manchester City have for the club and the women's game as a whole is inspiring. To be at a club where everyone is so passionate and committed to helping women's football reach the next level is such a privilege and I am so excited to be a part of it."
Nick Cushing, Head Coach of Manchester City Women, added: "Pauline is an incredibly talented player and the perfect fit for Manchester City. She has already delivered many exceptional performances, but we know she has even more to offer and are delighted to have her join the team.
"As we move into the next phase of our development, the team is evolving and Pauline will add a new dimension to our overall squad performance. Her creativity and determination is what we need to raise our game and I'm looking forward to working with her over the next few seasons."
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