After making his Premier League debut for Manchester City, Erling Haaland has said he misses Dortmund. Niklas Süle commented on his chances at the World Cup in Qatar. Also: Stefan Effenberg has given a positive assessment of Anthony Modeste’s upcoming transfer to BVB.
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BVB, News – Haaland: “I miss Dortmund”
Erling Haaland made a dream start on his Premier League debut for Manchester City with a brace against West Ham United. After the game, the Norwegian was asked if he had watched BVB’s game against Bayer Leverkusen.
“Yes, I looked at it a bit,” said the 22-year-old. “It was nice to see the lads win. I miss Dortmund. It was a fantastic time in my career.”
In addition, Haaland explained that he wished BVB “only the best in the future. The people there are extraordinary, they mean a lot to me.”
BVB, News: Süle comments on his World Cup chances
Niklas Süle injured his thigh during the BVB cup game against TSV 1860 Munich and therefore missed the Bundesliga opener for the black and yellow.
“It’s a crazy year, from September we only have English weeks,” said Süle sky and also explained: “I’m trying to make intensive use of the weeks that I’m injured to play in top form for Dortmund. Then I can also be an alternative for Hansi (national coach Flick, editor’s note).”
The centre-back is aiming to return to Borussia’s squad ahead of Bundesliga matchday three, after which he will have plenty of opportunities to qualify for a place in the German national team. The World Cup in Qatar will take place this winter from November 21st to December 18th.
BVB, News: Effenberg rates Modeste’s transfer positively
Due to the absence of Sebastien Haller, BVB feel compelled to improve their striker position again this summer. BVB manager Sebastian Kehl has already confirmed that Borussia “reached an agreement in principle to move striker Anthony Modeste to BVB”.
Stefan Effenberg is generally positive about Modeste’s forthcoming move to BVB. “It’s a great opportunity for Modeste. Haller is on a different level, having already proven himself in the Champions League, but Modeste knows the Bundesliga very well. That’s why it could work,” Effenberg explained Sport1 double pass.
In general, the 35-time German international praised Dortmund for their efforts in the transfer market. “The win on the first day of the game was extremely important for Borussia Dortmund. They beat Bayer Leverkusen and didn’t concede a goal, which was rarely the case last year,” said Effenberg BVB bought good players. With Salih Özcan, Nico Schlotterbeck and Niklas Süle they got real mental players.”
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