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Decision at Marco Reus is apparently imminent



Decision at Marco Reus is apparently imminent

Borussia Dortmund is hoping for a timely decision on Marco Reus. Marius Wolf sees the VAR significantly influenced by slow motion. And: Edin Terzic warns against 1. FC Köln. Here you can find news and rumors about BVB.

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BVB, rumor: Decision at Reus is pending

Marco Reus’ contract expires at the end of June. Sports director Sebastian Kehl and Reus’ advisor Dirk Hebe have been negotiating an extension of the contract for several weeks.

Now reports the Picturethat a decision is pending. Accordingly, those responsible at Dortmund hope to extend the contract during the upcoming international break and thus before the cracker at Bayern on April 1st.

The 33-year-old already has an offer. The decisive question is whether the offensive player accepts a significant salary reduction from 12 to around six million euros per year.

Reus played for Borussia when he was young. After engagements at LR, Rot Weiss Ahlen and Borussia Mönchengladbach, he returned to BVB in 2012.

In the current season, the captain has appeared in 20 competitive games for Dortmund. He scored six goals and prepared seven goals.

BVB, News: According to Wolf, VAR influenced by slow motion

Marius Wolf from Borussia Dortmund sees the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) as being significantly influenced by the many slow motions when making his decisions.

“That plays a big role. Not only in handball, but in many things. Also, if you pull someone’s jersey, for example. In real speed it’s nothing and in slow motion it looks like he’s being held correctly “Wolf said in an interview with News.

Wolf had caused a hand penalty in BVB’s Champions League exit at Chelsea, which referee Danny Makkelie only gave on the advice of the VAR and after studying the slow motion.

“We players don’t know what hand is anymore either,” Wolf complained, adding: “It’s a shame when the referee evaluates the scene at first, but then gets unsettled and sent out by the video assistant, thus questioning his actually correct decision .”

BVB, News: Terzic warns of Cologne

Borussia Dortmund will face 1. FC Köln on Saturday (6.30 p.m. in LIVETICKER). Although the Effzeh only got one point from the last four games and didn’t score a single goal, coach Edin Terzic warned his team.

“There are always phases like this,” said Terzic when asked about the Cologne misery: “We can’t rely on it staying like this. We’ve been warned enough, even from the tight games in recent years.”

In fact, Dortmund only won one of the last five games against Cologne. The Cologne team won twice, and twice the clash ended in a draw.

BVB: The next three games of Borussia Dortmund

date and venue Opponent
Sat, March 18, 5:30 p.m. (Signal Iduna Park) 1. FC Cologne (Bundesliga)
Sat., April 1, 6.30 p.m. (Allianz Arena) FC Bayern (Bundesliga)
Wed., April 5th 8.45 p.m. (Red Bull Arena) RB Leipzig (DFB Cup)