Pavard joined Stuttgart from Lille in 2016, helping the side to win promotion back to the Bundesliga.
Pavard enjoyed an impressive World Cup in Russian Federation, scoring a spectacular goal in his country's win over Argentina in the round of 16.
German professional League club Bayern Munich have confirmed that France worldwide Benjamin Pavard will be joining them from July 1, 2019.
The 22-year-old Stuttgart starlet has made 18 appearances for the France national team, with that strike in the "argy-bargy" his single goal for country.
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Pavard played in six of France's seven games at the World Cup finals, only missing their final group game against Denmark, and he scored his first global goal in the last-16 clash with Argentina.
The Bundesliga club's sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic announced the news on Wednesday, with Bayern having activated the Stuttgart centre-half's €35 million (£31m/$40m) release clause. "We're delighted and very proud to have been able to secure the services of a player like him".
And the signing of Pavard is unlikely to be the final piece of business completed by Bayern in January. Munich meanwhile are attempting to achieve their seventh successive league title, and are six points behind league leaders Borussia Dortmund.