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Dortmund’s Raphael Guerreiro is probably in demand in the Premier League



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The expiring contract of BVB left-back Raphael Guerreiro has probably aroused desire, especially in the Premier League. Julian Brandt seems to be an option again for the weekend – but not Karim Adeyemi. The latest news and rumors about Borussia Dortmund can be found here.

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BVB, News: Raphael Guerreiro is probably in demand in the Premier League

Raphael Guerreiro’s contract with Borussia Dortmund expires at the end of the season and it is still unclear how BVB plans with the Portuguese. Ramy Bensebaini is said to be signed by Borussia Mönchengladbach for the left-back position. So it’s quite possible that Guerreiro’s time with the Westphalians has expired.

In this case, other clubs are said to have already positioned themselves. According to information from Premier League clubs in particular are keen on Guerreiro. The portal names Leeds United, Newcastle United, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Aston Villa and second division leaders FC Burnley as interested parties.

There are also said to be clubs in Italy and Spain that have Guerreiro in their sights. After his transfer to midfield last weekend against Schalke, the Picture speculates that Guerreiro could possibly have a future at BVB in this position.

Guerreiro has played in Dortmund since 2016. Since then he has made 214 competitive appearances, scoring 38 goals and providing 45 assists. Guerreiro won the DFB Cup twice with BVB (2017 and 2021).

BVB, News: Julian Brandt before returning to the squad?

Julian Brandt tore a muscle fiber against Chelsea. The official statement from BVB said that Brandt would also miss the game against 1. FC Köln next Saturday.

However, now the Picturethat the midfielder could return to team training as the recovery seems to be going very well. Accordingly, Brandt could be back in the squad against Cologne.

BVB, News: Karim Adeyemi will probably have to be patient

In the case of Karim Adeyemi, who also injured a muscle, the official BVB bulletin said he would be out for three weeks. According to this, he could theoretically have been back in the Revierderby at FC Schalke 04.

Adeyemi wasn’t. The reason loud Picture: The left thigh continues to hurt, Adeyemi has not yet fully returned to training.

Therefore, the national player should be built up in the upcoming international break in order to be fit again for the following top game at Bayern Munich.

BVB, News: Dortmund’s U19s are struggling with the Youth League exit

As in the previous year, the Borussia Dortmund U19s missed out on the Final Four of the Youth League and were eliminated in the quarter-finals in front of their home crowd. BVB lost to Hajduk Split after a dramatic penalty shoot-out.

Coach Mike Tullberg analyzed the game as follows: “Unfortunately, we lost a few big balls in the centre. We weren’t dangerous with the ball ourselves. You could see that the individual quality was a bit lacking, but we have to think about the plan, the tactics, about that Passes and position exchanges come. But unfortunately we stood around a lot, so there wasn’t much activity. Overall, we had problems with possession, played too slowly and didn’t have enough activity.”

Dortmund’s junior boss Lars Ricken also summed up that they “didn’t put the performance on the pitch” that they were capable of. Ricken continued: “To lose after eight converted penalties is extremely bitter. It hurts me, it hurts the boys too because they invested so much in the season.”

Tullberg also hurt the end: “It hurts a lot. I have broken boys in the dressing room. But I said: It should hurt too. We are competitors, we want to win football games. We didn’t do that today.”

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)