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Raphael Guerreiro’s future at Borussia Dortmund is still open



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The future of Raphael Guerreiro at BVB is probably still open. Sébastien Haller talks about his suffering during his cancer. All news and rumors about Borussia Dortmund can be found here.

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BVB, rumor: future of Raphael Guerreiro still open

Despite his expiring contract, Raphael Guerreiro could stay with BVB beyond the summer. That’s what they report Ruhr news. Accordingly, the departure of the Portuguese, which has often been speculated in recent weeks, is not set in stone.

Dortmund officials want to make a decision on Guerreiro’s future after he returns from the upcoming internationals. As before, you should be in good contact with the advisors of the 29-year-old.

Actually, a free transfer for Guerreiro in the summer was a done deal. In the most recent games, however, the Portuguese was always called up by coach Edin Terzic in the starting XI, most recently he was even called up as an alternative in central midfield.

“Rapha has often been called up at left-back in recent years, but we know that he can also make good decisions in midfield,” Terzic praised his protégé.

Guerreiro joined Borussia Dortmund from FC Lorient in 2016. In his seven years at BVB, he played 214 competitive games, scoring 38 goals and assisting 45 goals.

BVB, News: Sébastien Haller talks about suffering during cancer

In an interview with the BVB club magazine, Sébastien Haller once again spoke about the difficult time after his cancer became known. “You feel weak and just don’t want to get up, you find it difficult to drive,” said the Dortmund striker. “But you have to! The children are already at school, you have to force yourself to eat something and then train (…). It’s hard!”

Haller continues: “Go to a hospital and look at families in which one parent is affected by cancer. It’s hard for both sides. You don’t just have to fight the disease, you also have to fight for your children.”

During this time, Kraft gave him the support of BVB and the trust of coach Edin Terzic. After he had to sit out the entire first half of the season, he returned to the pitch after the winter break.

Haller then scored his first goal in the game against SC Freiburg in early February. “What a great moment! That goal confirmed that the coach was right to have faith in me. And I got the job done.”

Haller also received support from numerous football colleagues such as Unions Timo Baumgartl. “Timo was suffering from testicular cancer like me, he contacted me immediately after my diagnosis and gave me a lot of advice.”

BVB, rumour: Interested in talent Bailey Rice from Rangers

Borussia Dortmund is interested in Scottish top talent Bailey Rice from Glasgow Rangers. The portal reports 90 mins citing their own sources. In addition to BVB, RB Leipzig and Bayer Leverkusen from the Bundesliga are said to be “observing carefully” the captain of Scotland’s U17 national team.

Rice, nephew of England international Declan Rice (West Ham United), is considered a great jewel in his homeland, the 16-year-old recently made his debut in the Rangers professional team. He is at home in defensive midfield.

The teenager also arouses desire internationally. Manchester United, Manchester City, Newcastle United, Real Madrid, Monaco and Porto are also named as clubs interested in Rice.

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)