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Consultant reports on Dortmund’s interest in Aleksandr Golovin



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Borussia Dortmund faces well-known competition in the courtship of Enzo Le Fee. Aleksandr Golovin’s agent reports BVB’s interest. Here you can find news and rumors about BVB.

BVB, rumor: Transfer candidate Enzo Le Fee is in great demand

BVB faces well-known competition in the courtship of Enzo Le Fee from FC Lorient. How Foot Mercato reported, OGC Nice, Stade Rennes and the newly crowned Serie A champions SSC Napoli are now also interested in the midfielder. Le Fee wants to leave Lorient in the summer and has been in talks at Dortmund for some time.

The 23-year-old could take the position in midfield that Jude Bellingham would leave if he were to leave. Le Fee is still under contract in Lorient until 2024, a fee of around 20 million euros would be required as a transfer.

In the recent past, Bayer Leverkusen and Eintracht Frankfurt from the Bundesliga have also been named as interested in Le Fee.

BVB, Transfers: Adviser reveals Borussia Dortmund’s interest in Aleksandr Golovin

Borussia Dortmund has their eye on midfielder Aleksandr Golovin (26) from French first division club AS Monaco. That’s what his adviser Aleksandr Klyuev claims. According to his statement, there were negotiations over the winter to transfer the game designer. “Dortmund was interested,” said the agent in an interview with the Russian medium

BVB have had the former super talent on their radar for years: “Borussia has valued Golovin for a long time. The chief scout came in 2017 to watch him play between CSKA and Spartak. He also watched (Quincy) Promes. He liked Golovin , we exchanged our business cards. At that time, Dortmund created a whole dataset about him.”

Golovin was among the standout players at the 2018 World Cup. He then moved from CSKA Moscow to Monaco for a fee of 30 million euros. After an early extension in February, he is still under contract there until 2026.

According to Klyuev, clubs from the Premier League in particular have recently been “seriously interested” in Golovin. Newcastle United dared to make a move in the winter, West Ham United and Everton FC were also in the draw. Golovin, however, is aiming for a change to a club that plays in Europe if he leaves Monaco.

The 45-time Russian international will only deal specifically with a change if the clubs agree on a transfer. Golovin is “happy to play in Monaco. He wants to achieve his goals there.

This season, the Monaco playmaker made 41 competitive appearances, scoring 7 goals and providing 8 assists. The Monegasques are currently fourth in Ligue 1.

BVB, News: Edin Terzic at VAR for a “challenge” solution

Edin Terzic has joined the ranks of supporters of a “challenge” solution for video evidence in soccer. “I am in favor of trying everything to make the sport we love so much fairer,” said the Borussia Dortmund coach on Friday. “If that’s what helps us, it’s definitely something to think about. We coaches would like that.”

The topic got new impetus last week from BVB’s game at relegation candidate VfL Bochum (1-1). Referee Sascha Stegemann (Niederkassel) misjudged a clear foul by Danilo Soares on BVB international Karim Adeyemi in the penalty area, as he later admitted. The video assistant did not correct him or ask him to watch the scene again.

If there had been a coaching challenge in that game, Terzic said with a wink, “I would have definitely made use of it”.

BVB, News: Roman Weidenfeller criticizes the “absolute consistency of the leading players”

Former BVB goalkeeper Roman Weidenfeller (42) criticizes the numerous slips his former employer made in the Bundesliga title race. “A leader has to win against opponents from the bottom third of the table and do his thing,” said the 2014 world champion and Dortmund champion goalkeeper World: “And if you don’t manage that at Schalke, in Stuttgart and in Bochum, you have to take a good look at yourself. But the lads do that too.”

Above all, the 3:3 against the Swabians was “negligent” for Weidenfeller. “Of course we can’t keep the lead in the table like this. BVB plays with its chances,” said the 42-year-old. Nevertheless, “the title race is still open. Because Bayern are anything but constant.”

Basically, the former goalkeeper sees a balanced mix of young and old in coach Edin Terzic’s squad. “But I sometimes miss the absolute consistency of the leading players. That has been lacking at BVB in the past few weeks,” said Weidenfeller: “But BVB can’t take a break in the title fight.”

Four games before the end of the season, Borussia Dortmund is one point behind record champions Bayern Munich with 61 points. BVB meets VfL Wolfsburg on Sunday.

BVB: The remaining program of Borussia Dortmund

Gameday Date Home Guest kicking off
31 Sunday, May 7th BVB VfL Wolfsburg 5.30 p.m
32 Sat 13 May BVB Borussia Monchengladbach 6.30 p.m
33 Sunday, May 21st FC Augsburg BVB 5.30 p.m
34 Sat 27 May BVB Mainz 05 3.30 p.m