Borussia Dortmund has apparently struck gold in their search for a replacement for Raphaël Guerreiro. Karim Adeyemi has arguably caught Real Madrid’s attention. Jakub Blaszczykowski leaves the big stage in tears. News and rumors about BVB can be found here.
BVB, rumour: Guerreiro replacement from Serie A?
BVB could look to US Sassuolo for a replacement for Raphaël Guerreiro. How Calcio Mercato reported, Rogério has been targeted by Borussia Dortmund. The Brazilian is said to have a lot of inquiries at home and abroad at the moment. In addition to the Bundesliga runners-up, Newcastle United are the favourites.
The 25-year-old is one of the fastest players in Serie A. His contract expires in 2024 and Sassuolo is ready to let Rogério go for a sum of between 15 and 20 million euros.
BVB, rumor: Real Madrid interested in Karim Adeyemi?
Real Madrid are apparently interested in offensive player Kraim Adeyemi from Borussia Dortmund. That reports the Picture. Accordingly, the Madrilenians are looking for speed for the offensive line. After a few departures, the royals have to reposition themselves on the offensive.
There should even have been contact between the management of the 21-year-old and Real. Allegedly, however, BVB should only be willing to think about it from a transfer fee of 80 million euros. Adeyemi’s contract runs until 2027. More information can be found here.
BVB, News: Jakub Blaszczykowski leaves the big stage
Ex-BVB favorite Jakub Blaszczykowski left the big football stage in tears on Friday evening. 16 minutes “Kuba” was allowed to play again for the Polish national team, then he was substituted. It was his 109th international match and shortly before he was substituted he was even free on the way to the German goal. But Malick Thiaw ran him out in time.
Again and again “Cuba” calls echoed through the wide circle in Warsaw. The audience gave the former Dortmunder a fitting farewell. When he left the pitch, the German and Polish players stood guard. There were warm hugs with companions like Ilkay Gündogan. With tears in his eyes, he disappeared into the cabin area where his family was waiting for him.
“It will be difficult for me to contain my feelings. I would like to do it, but it will be impossible,” he said before the game: “It’s the end of my dream.” Most recently, the 37-year-old was out for a long time with a cruciate ligament tear. It wasn’t until the end of May that he celebrated his comeback at Wisla Kraków. “Cuba, my friend, despite adversity, you have fulfilled your childhood dreams and today you will represent our country for the 109th time,” ex-colleague Lukasz Piszczek also sent warm words: “I’m glad I was able to accompany you.”
“Kuba” made 253 appearances for BVB between 2007 and 2016. He scored 32 goals and 52 assists.
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