André Schürrle Adidas X15.1 match worn boots. This boots were worn during
the season 2015/2016 with VFL Wolfsburg. Both boots are personalized
with "MONTANA", "SCHÜRRLE 9" and a flag of Germany. He began his
career at FSV Mainz 05 in 2009, spending two years at the club before
a £6.5 million transfer to Bayer 04 Leverkusen. His performances
there gained the attention of Chelsea, who signed him for a reported
£18 million in 2013. Schürrle played one-and-a-half Premier League
seasons at the English club before joining Wolfsburg for £22 million.
Schürrle has been a full international for Germany since 2010, gaining
over 50 caps and scoring 20 goals. He was a member of the German squads
which reached the semi-finals at UEFA Euro 2012 and won the 2014 FIFA
World Cup. During extra-time in the 2014 FIFA World Cup Final he
provided the assist for Mario Götze's winning goal against Argentina.