André Schürrle: German football career
André Schürrle - a German professional footballer who plays the position of the striker at the club "Borussia Dortmund" and the German national team in football. Currently Schürrle plays in the British "Fulham" on a rental basis. football Height is 184 cm; weight - 74 kg.
On the international stage as a part of the national team André Schürrle has achieved great victories. German striker is a world champion - 2014, bronze medalist of the European Championship - 2012 and 2016. One of the most memorable matches - the semi-final against Brazil at the World Cup - in 2014, when Schürrle put an end to the match, scoring an incredibly beautiful 7 th goal from an acute angle (7-1 in favor of Germany).
Born November 6, 1990 in the city of Ludwigshafen, Germany. From early childhood, he began playing football. He is a graduate of the youth academy "Ludwigshafener" for which he played from 1996 to 2006.
His professional career started in the club Andre "Mainz 05" in 2009. Where he played for two seasons until it was purchased by 6, 5 million pounds leverkuyzenskim "Bayer". the young striker's appearances in the German championship attracted the attention of the London "Chelsea", where Schürrle eventually went for 18 million pounds in 2013. As part of "aristocrats" Andre played a year and a half before moving on to "Wolfsburg" for 22 million pounds in January 2015. For one season stay in the "wolves" football player André Schürrle won two trophies - DFB-Pokal (German Cup) and the DFL-Supercup (Super Cup Germany).
Career "Borussia Dortmund" Rental "Fulham"
In the summer transfer window of 2016 Schürrle has signed a five-year contract with "black-yellow" for 30 million euros. He made his debut in a match against the Munich "Bavaria" in the German Super Cup, coming on as a substitute for Ousmane Dembele in the second half. In total, "Bumblebee" has played 16 matches and scored 3 goals. Currently, Andre Schürrle is leased, "Fulham" from the English Premier League.