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BVB, news and rumours: Marco Reus, Julian Brandt, Mats Hummels



BVB, news and rumours: Marco Reus, Julian Brandt, Mats Hummels

There is new information about the contract extensions aimed at by Borussia Dortmund with captain Marco Reus and Julian Brandt. A Dortmund transfer target, on the other hand, should tend towards Spain. All the news and rumors about BVB can be found here.

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BVB, News: This is the status of Marco Reus and Julian Brandt

As is well known, BVB captain Marco Reus’ contract is running out and the talks have not yet led to an agreement. This also applies to Julian Brandt, who is still tied to Borussia Dortmund until 2024.

sky has now published new information on the current status. Accordingly, BVB and Reus have come closer in the past few weeks, since Borussia has submitted an improved offer and the Dortmund veteran has also moved towards the club. This should be an offer for another year. An agreement is still pending, talks are ongoing.

The situation is similar with Brandt, both parties are said to be in advanced talks and are almost in agreement financially. Sticking point is loud sky Here is the contract term, which is still being negotiated. Dortmund wants to bind Brandt in the long term, but he is still hesitant.

BVB, News: Apparently no deadline for Mats Hummels

After the injury-related absence of Nico Schlotterbeck, Mats Hummels will be used more often in the next few games. The Ruhr news are assuming that Schlotterbeck will be out for at least four weeks, and there is even a risk that the season will end prematurely.

The newspaper also claims to have learned that there is no deadline for Hummels, whose contract expires at the end of the season, to make a decision about his future. Accordingly, the club wants to give the long-standing central defender “as much long leash as possible”.

Sports director Sebastian Kehl is said to have made progress in talks with Hummels during the international break, but without a final result. This one gets loud Ruhr news but still expected in April.

BVB, News: Felix Passlack allegedly has two options

Another BVB player whose contract ends in the summer is Felix Passlack. The right-back has only played in four competitive games this season and will leave the club at the end of the season.

According to Sky, Passlack was in close contact with 1. FC Köln and had already spoken to the Rhinelanders about a transfer in winter. Now, however, the talks are frozen because Cologne has been placed under a transfer ban, which is currently not clear whether it will remain in place.

FC Copenhagen should also be an option for Passlack, who has been playing for BVB with breaks on loan since 2012.

BVB, News: Daichi Kamada not to Borussia Dortmund after all?

At the weekend, Markus Krösche, sports director of Eintracht Frankfurt, in the “Aktuelle Sportstudio” of the ZDF explains that Daichi Kamada and the SGE will probably go their separate ways in the future. “It’s the case with Daichi that he will probably leave us,” said Krösche.

BVB is said to have been a hot candidate for its free transfer commitment for a long time. But according to information from sky the situation has changed somewhat. Accordingly, those responsible in Frankfurt want to be informed of a decision by the Japanese this week, with the current tendency being that Kamada will not switch to BVB.

Both parties have not been in contact for two or three weeks, and instead a transfer abroad is said to be the more likely option for Kamada. According to Sky, the midfielder is toying with a move to Spain. Atletico Madrid are said to be trying to get him and FC Barcelona are also said to be watching Kamada.

BVB vs. FC Bayern Munich: The rest of the program in the Bundesliga

Gameday BVB FC Bayern
27 Union Berlin (H) SC Freiburg (A)
28 VfB Stuttgart (A) TSG Hoffenheim (H)
29 Eintracht Frankfurt (H) Mainz 05 (A)
30 VfL Bochum (A) Hertha BSC (H)
31 VfL Wolfsburg (H) Werder Bremen (A)
32 Borussia M’Gladbach (H) Schalke 04 (H)
33 FC Augsburg (A) RB Leipzig (H)
34 Mainz 05 (H) 1. FC Cologne (A)