Hahahahaha This is a belated post of mine I tried to post it yesterday but the server was down
Hey Brousse In the media here in Egypt they are stating that our youth national team player Saleh Gomaa has joined Dortmund on a loan They player is very good , his playing style is similar to Gundogan, He has got potential to be something But ofc he needs a lot of hard work I hope he develops there
Less than three weeks until summer training camp and still no more than one player could be signed (Sokratis) while Santana, Götze, Owomoyela, Leitner and Bittencourt left the club.
Where are the transfers?
The Lewandowski saga indicates that they couldn't find a decent CF replacement which could hurt them if the Pole doesn't accept their pay raise.
Kevin de Bruyne is off the table since José Mourinho decided that the Belgian international is part of his plans at Stamford Bridge next season.
Bernard's signature is now also sought after by Tottenham Hotspur, Atlético Mineiro now know that Dortmund desperately wants the player after de Bruyne couldn't be signed. The initial asking price of $ 20m moved probably closer to $ 25m.
They have real problems to get rid of their money or so it seems.
Both transfers are as good as complete. Leitner is going to be loaned to Stuttgart for 2 years whereas Bittencourt will be sold to Hannover with a buyback option for Dortmund similar to the one Real Madrid had for Carvajal.
Yes, all true. Good deals, we will get them back if they manage to be successful. Those transfers also show that we already have some replacements in mind, our squad is very small right now. I hope we will finally make something happen on the market.
If the news about the 30M agreement with Real Madrid were true, then this implies that BVB really want to offload Lewa and get that money. They are not willing to lose out on a large sum just for him to stay another year. That's not financially sound. Lewa rejecting such deals has put BVB under a lot of pressure. It's now their word against their financial benefit.
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