The German champions Bayern Munich have secured the services of the Chilean midfielder Arturo Vidal as he made his way from Juventus over to the Allianz Arena for a transfer fee of €37 million.

Bayern Munich won the 2014-15 season of the Bundesliga in stellar form as Pep Guardiola and his players gathered a total of 79 points meanwhile their nearest rivals were Wolfsburg and they could only muster to seal 69 points. A 10 point difference in any league is a huge difference as Bayern Munich didn’t even had to play all their respective domestic league matches but they were still crowned as the champions of Germany.

Arturo Vidal is one of the standout players of the previous Serie A season and many clubs were interested in signing the Chilean midfielder as he is a versatile midfielder who can perform in different positions in any team.

Bayern Munich has been winning the Bundesliga title for the past 3 seasons and it doesn’t seem like there is any other club that is capable of competing against Pep Guardiola and his army of world class players.

Wolfsburg is the club in the Bundesliga which has shown most progress recently. Dieter Hecking is the manager of Wolfsburg and he took charge of the club back in December of 2012. In that time, Wolfsburg was positioned in the middle section of the German league but Hecking has been able to guide them into the top 2 spots of the Bundesliga.

Kevin De Bruyne and Ricardo Rodriguez are the main stars of Wolfsburg as those are the players in the team of Dieter Hecking which have the potential of winning matches with their individual skills but it seems doubtful if it will be enough to cope against the platoon of Pep Guardiola.

Bayer Leverkusen is another club which is displaying progression and has been making a number of summer signings to reinforce the squad with the arrivals of Christoph Kramer, Marlon Frey, Jonathan Tah and AdmirMehmedi just to some of the summer arrivals.

However, even with this recent uprising of Bayer Leverkusen and Wolfsburg, Bayern Munich still are the favorites of winning the approaching 2015-16 season of the Bundesliga.