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BVB is apparently dealing with Marvin Ducksch’s commitment



BVB is apparently dealing with Marvin Ducksch's commitment

Borussia Dortmund has apparently kept an eye on striker Marvin Ducksch from Werder Bremen, and a possible transfer is being discussed in the management floor. This reports sky.

Ducksch is one of the top scorers in the Bundesliga this season with twelve goals so far and could succeed Anthony Modeste at BVB, whose contract expires in the summer and who was not able to convince in the long term.

Ducksch, whose contract on the Weser runs until 2024, could also be relatively cheap thanks to an exit clause of allegedly 7.5 million euros dated June 1st.

“We said very clearly that we would first focus on staying up. It hasn’t been done yet and you’ll see everything else then,” Ducksch said recently about his future.

The 29-year-old would be no stranger to BVB, after all he had been playing for the Black and Yellows for 14 years since 2002 before leaving the club for St. Pauli and finally in summer 2021 via Holstein Kiel, Fortuna Düsseldorf and Hannover 96 Bremen landed.