Behind Borussia Dortmund lies a disappointing winter transfer period. For new additions the money was missing. His expensive reservists did not go the BVB. And now the prospects for the coming summer are rather gloomy.
- Roman Bürki remains expensive “cadriche” at BVB
- Nico Schulz will not start the BVB
- BVB: No money for winter transfers
- Many construction sites in summer for the BVB
At lunchtime at the Deadline Day, something hoped again at Borussia Dortmund.
From FC Lorient, a loose request for Roman Bürki truded. The BVB would love to get rid of his degraded ex-Stammkeeper, even a change to Galatasaray had already burst in the days before.
According to “Ruhr news” Bürki himself did not see any reason to go into the lowlands of the religious battle of French Ligue 1. Fast was a change from the table.
Roman Bürki remains expensive “cadriche” at BVB
In the coming half year, Bürki will therefore expand its contract extended until mid-2020 to 2023 and extremely well-doped contract with the BVB with around five million euros per year.
The fact that the Swiss backman is only a single minute between the posts is as good as excluded. Under coach Marco Rose he is not even the number three.
Last summer, BVB Bürki was not going on. Whether this succeeds after the season is by no means sure. One and a half years, the 31-year-old could still block the part of the Dortmund salary budget to be paid to him.
Nico Schulz will not start the BVB
With Nico Schulz (contract until 2024), BVB also produces another expensive noble reservist.
An alleged interest of Fenerbahce on the 25 million euro flop in the last few days has not been concrete.
“These are rumors. I did not talk to him about it, but only read it in the newspaper. The boy feels comfortable in Dortmund and will stay there,” explained Schulz ‘consultant Roger Wittmann to “picture”.
BVB: No money for winter transfers
In times of pandemic, the “padlocks” pain the BVB very special. That the second largest (and-rich) club in Germany can not raise money for own winter transfers, speaks volumes.
“We have to look at the probation of the club and stuff a few holes,” Rose admitted before Christmas with regard to the financial position and possible new arrivals. “You do not know how the pandemic develops,” said Managing Director Hans-Joachim Watzke. The BVB moves in terms of personnel planning as in the summer previously “a bit in the fog”.
The renewed quasi viewer exclusion, against which the BVB is now legal, strikes in perspective violently into the Kontor. The prospects for comprehensive squad adjustments for the coming season are anything but rosy – and the construction sites great.
Many construction sites in summer for the BVB
The BVB is expected to have a successor for Erling Haaland, even Axel Witsel is giving rise to security from board. In addition, the future of Manuel Akanji continues to be unclear, the Treaty of Dan-Axel Zagadou runs out.
With full hands, Sebastian Kehl, which triggers Michael Zorc as a transfer periods director, which can not spend the transfer market in the abundance of existing Euros in front of Corona.
The obligation of DFB through starter Karim Adeyemi is distinguished. For the attacker, however, will probably flow between 30 and 40 million euros to his current employer Red Bull Salzburg – a promising investment given the talent of the 20-year-old, but also money that is missing elsewhere.
One end of the difficult times in terms of transfers at BVB is not in sight.