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“I heard Jude Bellingham wants to join Real Madrid”



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Jude Bellingham is said to have opted for Blancos and Jadon Sancho is probably flirting with a BVB return. And: Edin Terzic gets emotional when he criticizes referee Stegemann. The Dortmund News.

BVB, Transfers: According to Harry Redknapp, Jude Bellingham has decided to move to Real Madrid

Borussia Dortmund’s midfield star Jude Bellingham is said to have opted for a transfer to Real Madrid. That’s what longtime Premier League coach Harry Redknapp claims. The 76-year-old said on the podcast Beyond The Pitch: “I heard from a source close to Bellingham that he wants to join Real Madrid.”

Bellingham’s future has been the subject of speculation for months. The 19-year-old’s contract with BVB runs until 2025. Dortmund would like to extend it, while several well-known clubs want to sign Bellingham this summer. In addition to Real Madrid, Premier League champions Manchester City are mentioned above all, according to Redknapp, Chelsea are still in the running.

Liverpool FC, which has long been considered a promising candidate, said goodbye to poker a few days ago.

Bellingham himself has not shown any tendency in his public statements so far, but has always emphasized that he feels very comfortable at BVB. The Black and Yellows had signed the central midfielder from Birmingham City in 2020 for 25 million euros. Redknapp also worked there as a coach in 2017.

A transfer fee of more than 100 million euros is expected for a possible transfer of Bellingham this summer.

BVB, rumor: Jadon Sancho wants to return to Borussia Dortmund

Jadon Sancho is apparently toying with a return to Borussia Dortmund. The Englishman wants according to the Süddeutsche Zeitung play again as a loan player in Signal-Iduna-Park.

According to the report, Sancho “is said to want to return to BVB today rather than tomorrow, on loan.”

BVB, News: Edin Terzic on the referee: “Football is a game of mistakes – not only from us”

Like sports director Sebastian Kehl, BVB coach Edin Terzic was also angry at the referee team led by Sascha Stegemann after the 1-1 draw at VfL Bochum.

The 40-year-old said at DAZN: “It’s maybe a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for me to get so close to the championship trophy and then there are those decisions where there’s so much at stake. The only thing I asked was: ‘Look at it!’ “

In the first minute of injury time in the second half, referee Stegemann decided against using VAR to check a possible handball by a player from Bochum in the penalty area. BVB could have received a penalty for a foul on Karim Adeyemi in the 65th minute. The Dortmund coach also disagreed with the goal that he believed Emre Can had been fouled in front of.

Terzic said almost desperately: “Football is a game of mistakes – not only from us.”

BVB, News: BVB leadership went into the referee’s cabin

According to the Picture Sports director Sebastian Kehl, trainer Edin Terzic and captain Marco Reus went into the referee’s cabin after the 1-1 draw at VfL Bochum. There they are said to have discussed loudly about their possible wrong decisions.

BVB, News: Poland’s Jakub Blaszczykowski is dismissed against Germany

When Germany test against Poland in Warsaw on June 16, the now 37-year-old Jakub Blaszczykowski will be officially dismissed as a former Poland international. This was confirmed by the President of the Polish Football Association, Cezary Kulesza.

Blaszczykowski played a total of 253 games for Borussia Dortmund from 2007 to 2015, scoring 32 goals and 52 assists. The right offensive player made 108 appearances for Poland, scoring 21 goals.

In addition to Blaszczykowski, two other Poles won the championships in 2011 and 2012 with Dortmund: Robert Lewandowski and Lukasz Piszczek.

BVB, News: The remaining program of Borussia Dortmund in the Bundesliga

BVB still have four games on their way to a possible first championship in eleven years:

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