Borussia Dortmund: This star is already looking for a club himself! – Soccer

The season is far from over, but Dortmund is already busy planning for the next season!

After the triple elimination in the cup competitions (Champions League, Europa League and DFB Cup), one thing is clear: BVB needs a change in the summer! According to BILD information, 11 players (including Roman Bürki and Nico Schulz) can or should leave the club!

In the new “Stammplatz” episode, the daily soccer podcast from BILD, host André Albers analyzes the “And bye list” in detail with BVB reporter Sebastian Kolsberger. Madness: A BVB star has already started looking for a club on his own initiative!

Kolsberger reveals: “Thorgan Hazard is already looking for a new club himself. The father is his advisor and is already proactive. If a club comes along and wants to pay 20 million euros, Dortmund kisses it.”

Which stars would Borussia also not put obstacles in their way in the summer? Just listen to “Stammplatz”!

The situation is very different for super-teenie Jude Bellingham (18). The England jewel should be the formative face of the coming BVB years. But he’s sure to be on the list at some top clubs in the summer.

However, Kolsberger can reassure the fans: “He has already given his consent for the coming season. He will definitely stay. He is only 18 years old. It will of course be exciting for him next year.” Kolsberger reveals in the podcast which scenario could then occur!

Photo: BILD

Also topic in the new “Stammplatz” episode:

► The 25th game day! Host Albers and his guests look forward to the upcoming Bundesliga weekend!

► Niklas Süle (26)! The Bayern defender was recently struck. Reporter Lena Wurzenberger knows whether he can still get fit in time for the top game against Leverkusen.

App users can access the podcast here! 

“Stammplatz” is the new daily football podcast from BILD.

From Monday to Friday from 6 a.m. there is everything fans need to know for the day in around 15 minutes – free of charge for everyone.

The BILD football reporters, who are on site at every Bundesliga club every day, give first-hand impressions, insights and background information. From the stadiums, training grounds and changing rooms – straight to the fans’ ears!

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