Sebastian Kehl was asked about the rumor about Bayern’s Marcel Sabitzer, while Gio Reyna sees his long-term future at BVB. The news and rumors about Borussia Dortmund.
BVB, News: Sebastian Kehl comments on rumors about Marcel Sabitzer
The rumor has been circulating for a few days that BVB is interested in signing Marcel Sabitzer from FC Bayern. Sports director Sebastian Kehl commented on the sidelines of BVB’s test match at Rot-Weiss Erfurt (2:1). skybut declined.
“If I now think about what has been written in the last few days and weeks, how many players have already signed with us, then I would simply ask you not to comment on it now, nor to give any stand to any talks,” said Kehl.
However, the 43-year-old stated: “We will think about how we want to improve further and we have been in good talks for some time, we have different options, the transfer window is still open for a very, very long time. So you just have to be patient a little longer.”
So far, BVB’s transfer summer has been a bit poor on the credit side. With Felix Nmecha (Wolfsburg) and Ramy Bensebaini (Gladbach) only two real newcomers were presented. On the other hand, there are well-known departures such as Jude Bellingham (Real Madrid), Raphaël Guerreiro (FC Bayern) and Mahmoud Dahoud (Brighton).
BVB, News: Gio Reyna is committed to Borussia Dortmund
Gio Reyna can imagine staying at BVB “forever”. The 20-year-old midfielder revealed this in an interview with TV commentator Derek Rae von ESPNafter rumors about a possible change of the American recently surfaced.
“I can’t think of a better club. I’m lucky that my first professional club is also one that has the chance to win the Bundesliga, the Cup and the Champions League. There’s no further step up from Dortmund. It’s a top club and that’s why I’m so happy here and could play here forever,” said Reyna.
Reyna, who has been hampered by injuries in recent years and has now missed at least one pre-season with a “leg injury”, added that he’s learned a lot lately from being a substitute to help the team. However, his goal for this season is clear: “I will do everything to play from the start this season.”
BVB, News: Emre Can talks about the captain’s armband
Emre Can extended his contract with BVB until 2026 on Saturday. After the friendly in Erfurt, he also spoke about the currently vacant captaincy at Borussia.
However, Can was covered to reporters: “I’m a bad contact for this question. You would have to ask the coach. I wouldn’t be disappointed if I didn’t become captain and I would be happy if I did. I’ll try to go ahead one way or another. My job is to help the team.”
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