New VfL Wolfsburg soccer player Kevin de Bruyne of Belgium, stretches during a team training of the German first divisioner in Wolfsburg. (AP Photo/dpa/Peter Steffen)
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The Bundesliga resumes after its monthlong winter break with defending champion Bayern Munich in a commanding position at the season's halfway stage.CATCH-UP DORTMUND Borussia Dortmund were supposed to be Bayern's main challengers but a lack of efficiency and costly errors have combined to leave Juergen Klopp's side already 15 points behind Bayern.RIVALS WARY OF WOLFSBURG Fifth-place Wolfsburg hope the attention-grabbing winter capture of Kevin de Bruyne from Chelsea will help the side clinch one of the four Champions League qualification places. Kicker reports that Wolfsburg sealed the deal for 22 million euros ($30 million), making the Belgian attacking midfielder the Bundesliga's most expensive winter transfer. Hannover, who are 13th, also brought in Latvia striker Artjoms Rudnevs from Bundesliga rival Hamburger SV until the end of the season.
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