MoFattal wrote:It seems that Erikson is their last resort. He doesn't seem to be that huge of a talent to fill in Gotze's boots.
Bazi wrote:They wanted to keep the player at all costs and risked losing him with the contractual clause but for all we know Götze would be still a Dortmund player without Pep Guardiola's signing as our new coach.
Borusse wrote:If we dont want Eriksen that means we have some bigger plans, so a man can hope for some good signings soon.
AdepT wrote:You cut 2 marks off Gotze only because he is no longer a BVB player?
Give him a year here with us and you'll see he is 21 on 20.
AdepT wrote:About Ozil's transfer. I guess you don't even have 0.01% chance. He's the guy with more assists than anybody over the last three years. It's because of him most of the times that Ronaldo gets the goals he gets. Plus a very important factor, he's a fan favorite at RM. You could do a poll and I can bet that he'd come out on top of Ronaldo. Maybe even Casillas. So that's a confirmed no-no. Until it actually happens, of course.
AdepT wrote:I read that Montpellier has accepted two bids in the region of 8m for Belhanda. Now he has to decide where to go out of the two.
He was interested in coming to Dortmund/Bayern as he said last year. I'm not sure the clubs involved now. I guess it could be Arsenal/Tottenham according to rumors. Is Dortmund in too? IMO he's better than KdB(current level) but probably not as good as Gotze. Plus he comes cheap. Phone Watzke to do something about it.
Borusse wrote: I would much rather have De Bruyne for 15 mio than Belhanda for 8.
13.35 Uhr: Ganz wilde Kiste von der "AS". Die Zeitung will erfahren haben, dass Mesut Özil nicht mehr glücklich bei Real Madrid sei. Dortmund und Bayern beobachten den Deutsch-Türken bereits und hätten Interesse an einer Verpflichtung. Jetzt wisst Ihr bescheid!
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