A mad betting bid is looming for a Dortmund transfer destination. There is news about the future of Alexander Meyer and Youssoufa Moukoko – and Mats Hummels rejects conspiracy theories. Current news and rumors about BVB.
BVB, rumor: 30 clubs keen on Dortmund goal Iván Fresneda
The fact that Iván Fresneda from Real Valladolid is a BVB transfer target has been circulating in the rumor mill for some time. Now, however, it turns out that BVB is far from the only interested party for the right-back.
How Sports reported, believe it or not, 30 clubs are trying to get the 18-year-old and have submitted inquiries to his management. Among them are well-known names such as Arsenal, Milan or Atlético Madrid.
Apart from that, there is also talk of FC Barcelona, which probably still has difficulties signing anyone.
The transfer fee should amount to a fixed 20 million euros, but BVB is trying to reduce it, which is likely to be a difficult undertaking given the numerous interested parties.
Only a few days ago there was a report that Fresneda was already going to switch to Dortmund, which is probably not the case now.
BVB, rumor: Top-class competition at Felix Nmecha
Borussia Dortmund is said to be interested in Felix Nmecha from Wolfsburg. This has been reported several times in the past few days. The 22-year-old attacking midfielder still has a contract with the Wolves until 2025, they should be loud there table football not be averse to a sale if it flushes enough money into the coffers.
Nmecha has apparently also attracted other top clubs. According to that telegraph Newcastle United are preparing a €17m bid for Nmecha. The Magpies will return to the Champions League for the first time in decades next season.
Manchester United has also recently been said to be interested.
BVB, News: Mats Hummels rejects conspiracy theory
BVB central defender Mats Hummels caused a stir with a photo in his Instagram story. From vacation, the 34-year-old posted a picture of his TV during the Champions League final between Manchester City and Inter Milan (1-0).
On the shelf under the TV, however, a user discovered a book entitled “The Health Dictatorship – Bill Gates’ Attack on Democracy”. The book in question is about conspiracy theories about the corona pandemic and vaccinations.
So is Hummels one of the corona skeptics? The Dortmund star immediately ended the discussions on the net with a post on Twitter: “Guys, this is not my book. I didn’t even know about the existence of this ‘work’ until the tweets here, let alone would I read something like that.”
FC Bayern, News: Alphonso Davies feels sorry for Marco Reus
The missed championship hit BVB hard – probably nobody as much as Marco Reus. Bayern star Alphonso Davies feels sorry for the Dortmund captain.
“I’ve seen the pictures and the videos. He’s been there for so long, seen so many great players come and go. I suffer with him. He’s the one that made me think ‘Damn…’ the most,” he said Davies on the Say Less podcast.
Davies continued: “Let’s leave football and the competition aside, just as a person. I don’t really know him but I think he’s a good guy. And I’ve seen him so often with heartbreak. He’s been there for so many years at the club, he has always remained loyal to the team. He had the opportunity to transfer, but his heart is in Dortmund. It’s hard to see him like that.”
BVB, rumor: substitute goalkeeper Alexander Meyer has to stay
Goalkeeper Alexander Meyer played a total of twelve games for BVB last season as Gregor Kobel’s substitute and pulled himself out of the affair respectably. Apparently that attracted interest.
Loud Picture VfB Stuttgart wanted to bring the 32-year-old back to Swabia: Meyer had played for VfB from 2017 to 2019 before finally moving to Jahn Regensburg and three years later to BVB.
However, the Swabians are said to have gotten a basket: Borussia have not released Meyer, who is still under contract until 2024.
BVB, News: Youssoufa Moukoko stays “definitely”
Youssoufa Moukoko recently had a hard time fighting for a regular place at Borussia Dortmund: last season he made 35 appearances, but from April he only played as a joker.
Nevertheless, leaving Dortmund is not an issue for the 18-year-old. “I’ll definitely play for BVB next season,” he confirmed on the sidelines of the German U21 training camp in South Tyrol. There he showed a good performance in a test against a Vinschgau selection and scored a brace in the first half to make it 7-0.
Moukoko scored 7 goals and 4 assists in BVB dress in 2022/23. In January he had extended his contract early until 2026.