- Bayern Munich have French champions Paris Saint Germain between them and the Champions League trophy
- The squad that defeated Ligue 1 side in the Champions League semi-final costs just £90million in total
- PSG on the other hand splashed as much as £198million on Neymar and £31million on Kylian Mbappe
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Bayern Munich defeated French club Lyon 3-0 on Wednesday night, August 19 to set up a tantalising Champions League final clash with Ligue 1 champions PSG slated for Sunday August 23.
And since the return of football since the pandemic began, Bayern have been merciless in front of goal battering top clubs including Chelsea, Barcelona and Lyon.
PSG are also through to the final of the prestigious competition having splashed as much as £198million on Neymar and £31million on Kylian Mbappe in their quest for the Champions League glory.
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However, details have emerged from SPORTbible that the starting line-up of the Bayern Munich side vs Lyon costs just £90million to assemble.
The most expensive member of the Bayern squad is goalkeeper Manuel Neuer who was signed back in 2011 for £27 million back in 2011, while goal machine Robert Lewandowski didn't cost a penny.
19-year-old Canadian star Alphonso Davies was a product of what has been branded 'shrewd business' as he was gotten for just £9 million, while £7.5million was paid to buy Serge Gnabry.
For more context, Barcelona forked out £120 million to sign Philippe Coutinho who scored against them in the quarter-finals.
Bayern Munich's starting XI vs. Lyon:
Manuel Neuer (£27 million)
Alphonso Davies (£9 million)
David Alaba (£135,000)
Jerome Boateng (£12 million)
Joshua Kimmich (£7.65 million)
Leon Goretzka (Free)
Thiago (£22.5 million)
Ivan Perisic (Loan - £4.5 million)
Serge Gnabry (£7.5 million)
Thomas Muller (Academy)
Robert Lewandowski (Free)
Total - £90,135,000
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Alphonso Davies failed in his quest to get Lionel Messi’s shirt following Bayern Munich’s 8-2 thrashing of Barcelona to knock the Spanish giants out of the Champions League.
The Catalan giants were thoroughly humiliated 8-2 by a ‘well-oiled German machine’ in the form of Bayern Munich as they succumbed to yet another heart-breaking exit from the Champions League for the third successive season.
Alphonso Davies who earlier claimed that Messi was his childhood hero had the task of stopping the multiple Ballon d’Or winner – and he did in style with Barcelona badly battered.
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