Paris Brunner was born on 15 February 2006 in keine Angabe and plays for Borussia Dortmund. He played for VfL Bochum 1848 from 2019-2020, for Borussia Dortmund since 2020 and has played for Borussia Dortmund II since 2020.

When Germany won the European Under-17 Championship in June, Brunner was their star. He won the player of the tournament award and was also top scorer with four goals. His goal in the quarter-finals against Switzerland was especially important, because Germany were behind and had a player sent off early on, but still came back to draw and win on penalties. Those who have watched Brunner progress at the Dortmund academy will not have been surprised. The striker, remarkably, scored 16 goals in just six matches for the under-17s last season, before getting promoted to the under-19 squad.

He began the current season by scoring nine times in six appearances, and comparisons to Youssoufa Moukoko have been inevitable. Brunner is a true penalty area poacher with great instincts in front of goal, but also loves to roam around, and can be useful out on the wing too. He is tall, physically imposing, fast and possesses exquisite dribbling skills. Interestingly, he lists the winger Leroy Sané as his role model, not an obvious choice for a young Dortmund player. Sané is at Bayern and he grew up playing for Schalke, Dortmund’s bitter rivals.

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