Bundesliga: Reus farewell to BVB? "Need to look at other options"

Marco Reus’ advisor, Dirk Hebe, comments on the rumors surrounding the interest of Al-Nassr-FC. Sébastien Haller is fully involved in training. Gregor Kobel is happy about what feels like “three or four transfers”. All news and rumors about Borussia Dortmund can be found here.

The BVB news of the last few days:

BVB, rumors: Marco Reus’ advisor talks about Qatar rumors

“It’s normal for other clubs to be interested in a player like Marco,” said Dirk Hebe, Marco Reus’ advisor, on the rumors of interest from Saudi Arabian Al-Nassr FC picture. Because “his contract expires in six months”.

That doesn’t change the fact that Reus “is very important to BVB”, but according to the report there is still no offer from BVB to their captain. In addition to his love for Borussia Dortmund, he definitely wants to continue playing football. “So it’s quite normal that we have to look at other options,” he said.

BVB, News: Sébastien Haller fully involved in the training camp

Sébastien Haller is apparently completely back at the BVB training camp in Marbella, Spain, surprisingly early on. According to the picture he completed a 75-minute training session over the entire duration and with full commitment. This should continue to be the case as far as his powers are sufficient.

“We’re really looking forward to him. He exudes a great desire to finally be back with us and to be able to train,” said sports director Sebastian Kehl euphorically to the newspaper. However, one thing is clear: a comeback should not be rushed. Only when Haller is in the best of health and fitness should he go back onto the pitch. “We want to build it up very carefully,” Kehl said on Friday Süddeutsche Zeitungaccording to which even a mission on January 22 against FC Augsburg is within the realms of possibility.

BVB, News: Gregor Kobel is happy about perceived transfers

Goalkeeper Gregor Kobel is positive about the second half of the season. Also because the squad is getting new reinforcements. “It feels like we have three or four transfers,” said the Swiss sports1 quoted. He’s not divulging internals about possible purchases – it’s about those returning from injury who missed large parts of the first half of the season.

“We have a lot of players who are finally coming back. That means we have more quality again,” he said, pleased about the recovery of his colleagues. In addition to Sébastien Haller (testicular tumor), Mahmoud Dahoud, for example, missed almost the entire first half of the season with a shoulder injury that he suffered in the game against Werder Bremen but is now back.

Thomas Meunier has recovered from his broken cheekbone in the middle of the first half of the season. Right-back colleague Mateu Morey is also training with the ball again after his knee operation. And of course captain Marco Reus is an option again after he was almost completely out of the second half of the first half of the season with ankle problems.

BVB, rumours: Jayden Braaf could be loaned out in winter

The top talent Jayden Braaf, who switched from Manchester City to Borussia Dortmund in the summer, is said to be on loan in the winter, as transfer guru Fabrizio Romano reports. The Dutchman should gain more match practice than he has done so far. There is “a lot of interest from many clubs,” reported Romano. However, he did not name specific clubs.

BVB: Borussia Dortmund’s games after the winter break

contest date Opponent Home/Away
Bundesliga 22.01., 3.30 p.m FC Augsburg home
Bundesliga 25.01., 6.30 p.m FSV Mainz 05 away
Bundesliga 29.01., 5.30 p.m Bayer 04 Leverkusen away
Bundesliga 04.02., 3.30 p.m Sc freiburg home
DFB Cup 08.02., 8.45 p.m VfL Bochum away

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