Marco Reus will probably miss the start of training at Borussia Dortmund. Immanuel Pherai is moving to Eintracht Braunschweig. Also: The transfer of Sebastien Haller is apparently imminent. News and rumors about BVB can be found here.
Here you come to the BVB news and rumors from yesterday.
BVB, rumor: Reus will probably miss the start of training in Dortmund
Marco Reus is currently injured due to a torn muscle fiber in his right thigh, which he suffered during the Nations League games in DFB training.
The 33-year-old could therefore also miss the start of training in Dortmund on June 27th. That’s what they report Ruhr news. Although the Dortmund captain is well within the rehabilitation plan, a return to team training before the beginning of July is extremely unlikely.
In the past season, Reus was largely spared serious injuries. He made a total of 40 appearances for BVB and scored 12 goals and 17 assists.
Marco Reus: Performance data 21/22
Dorrtmund, News: Pherai is moving to Braunschweig
Eintracht Braunschweig has secured the services of BVB midfielder Immanuel Pherai. Lower Saxony confirmed the transfer on their website. The 21-year-old will sign a contract with Eintracht until June 2024. Most recently he was mainly active for the second team of Dortmund.
“In Immanuel we’re getting a very creative player who will give us the necessary impetus from midfield. He’s a very strong runner and a threat himself. We’re delighted that he’s enriching our squad over the next two years,” said Sporting Director Peter full man
In his statement, Pherai thanked BVB for the many years of good cooperation. “I am very happy to be playing for Eintracht Braunschweig in the next two years. The 2nd Bundesliga will be a great experience and I will do everything to ensure that we can achieve our goals as a team. At this point I would like to thank Borussia Dortmund thank you for the time together, I was able to learn a lot at BVB,” explained Pherai.
BVB, rumor: Haller transfer just before the conclusion
According to consistent media reports, Ajax Amsterdam’s Sebastien Haller will succeed the emigrated Erling Haaland. A transfer of the French is said to be imminent, and the player and club have already agreed on a long-term working paper.
Accordingly, Haller should cost around 37 million euros transfer fee, plus salary and bonus payments, which could increase the total to more than 92 million euros. To sky– There should be a medical check this Thursday.
Haller, who turns 28 on Wednesday, is tied with Ajax until 2024.