Striker Claudio Pizarro returned
to Bayern Munich after a five-year absence, signing a one-year
deal to boost their front-line, the club said.
Peru international Pizarro, the Bundesliga's leading
all-time foreign scorer, joined the Bavarians, who lost in the
Champions League final to Chelsea last week to end their second
consecutive season without silverware, after a three-year stint
at Werder Bremen.
"We are delighted to have signed a such a dangerous forward
who also has so much international experience," said Bayern
sports director Christian Nerlinger.
The 33-year-old, who played for Bayern between 2001-07
before joining Chelsea, has scored 160 goals in 333 Bundesliga
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