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Serge Gnabry has gone from surplus to requirements at Arsenal and West Brom to a superstar at Bayern Munich
“You could knock me over with a feather. He’s really fulfilled his potential,” said former West Brom boss Tony Pulis on Sky Sports when told about Serge Gnabry’s four goals in Bayern Munich’s 7-2 humiliation of Tottenham in the Champions League.
The comments were strikingly different from the those made by Pulis back in 2015 when he had Gnabry on loan at West Brom from Arsenal.Gnabry hits four as Bayern beat Spurs 7-2Champions League scores and resultsChampions League Group stage tables | Fixtures”Serge has come here to play games but he just hasn’t been for me, at the moment, at that level to play the games,” Pulis said. Shortly afterwards the German was sent back to Arsenal, who sold him on to Werder Bremen for just £4m in 2016. “You could knock me over with a feather!” 😅Tony Pulis reveals what it was like working with Serge Gnabry at West Bromwich Albion following the German’s stunning four-goal display against Tottenham in the Champions League tonight. 👏 pic.twitter.com/0dkPoBjZBK— Sky Sports Football (@SkyFootball) October 1, 2019 Since then the 24-year-old has been on a rapid rise, culminating in a sensational return to north London with Bayern Munich.From Arsenal and West Brom struggler to Champions League record-breaker, we look at the rise of Serge Gnabry Serge Gnabry – Factfile Age: 24 Position: Winger Club: Bayern Munich Games for Bayern: 50 Goals for Bayern: 18 Nationality: German International caps: 10 International goals: 9 Arsenal’s ‘great hope’Gnabry joined Arsenal as a 16-year-old from hometown club VfB Stuttgart in 2011 for a fee in the region of £100,000.He was a player Arsene Wenger always had high hopes for. “Serge Gnabry is a great hope for the future. I rate him highly. If he continues his development, I think he could play in the first team this season,” the Frenchman said after signing the German forward back in 2011. Gnabry became Arsenal’s second youngest Premier League player behind Jack Wilshere in 2012 “At the moment, he needs to work and ensure he remains fit.”That was always a problem for Gnabry at Arsenal.He burst onto the scene in just his second year in north London, making his first-team debut at 17 in September 2012, replacing Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain for the final 18 minutes of the Gunners’ League Cup tie with Coventry. Gnabry suffered a season-ending injuring against Bayern Munich in the Champions League in 2013 A month later he became Arsenal’s second-youngest Premier League player behind Jack Wilshere and just four days later he made his Champions League debut for the Gunners, but his real breakthrough came in the following season as he played 14 times for the club in all competitions
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