BVB apparently has an English midfield talent on the list as a potential successor to Jude Bellingham. Borussia Dortmund is still looking for a buyer for Nico Schulz. And: The DFB asks Dortmund to checkout. All news and rumors about BVB can be found here.
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BVB, rumour: Dortmund interested in England talent Tim Iroegbunam?
Borussia Dortmund is said to have an English midfield talent on their list when looking for a possible successor for the courted Jew Bellingham. how The Athletic As previously reported, 19-year-old Tim Iroegbunam is said to have attracted interest from several top international clubs.
The portal TEAMtalk now wants to know that BVB in particular should be keen on Iroegbunam. But Juventus should also be on the youngster, who is currently playing for Queens Park Rangers in the second-class championship.
Like Bellingham, the midfielder hails from Birmingham and was trained at West Bromwich Albion when he was young. The six-time England Under-19 international joined Aston Villa in 2022. Iroegbunam made his Premier League debut under Steven Gerrard in February last year. The Villans have given the youngster a long-term contract until 2027 and are unlikely to be willing to let their protégé go for a small fee.
In the current season, Iroegbunam is loaned to QPR. There he has meanwhile worked out a regular place in midfield. Overall, he played 17 of 18 possible games.
BVB, rumor: Real with limit at Jude Bellingham?
Real Madrid have been said to be more interested in Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham for some time. The Royals have apparently missed a pain threshold in poker for the coveted Englishman.
According to mark a potential overall package for Bellingham should not exceed the 110 million euro mark. Accordingly, even in the event of a Bellingham commitment, Madrid wants to stick strictly to its salary level, which states that no player earns more than twelve million euros per season.
Furthermore, Real is said to want to build in hurdles in the possible bonus payments through targets to be defined in advance in order to want to reduce the total amount that would ultimately have to flow in the event of an obligation. In addition, Real should be confident that they have good cards in poker for the midfield star, as they are convinced that Bellingham’s sporting perspective is more important than the possibly higher salary that he could collect elsewhere.
Meanwhile, the Spanish record champions hope that the general conditions for a Bellingham transfer in the summer will be negotiated this winter. Real relies on the good relationship with BVB.
However, Real Madrid is not the only interested party, Liverpool FC and Manchester City are also considered hot candidates. Bellingham still has a contract with BVB until 2025.
BVB, rumour: wanted buyer for Nico Schulz
Defender Nico Schulz has no future at Borussia Dortmund despite a contract until 2024. But a timely solution for the 29-year-old is apparently not in sight.
A transfer to Lazio Roma fell through after several talks as the Italian first division side eventually opted for another left-back. That reports the picture. However, BVB is said to have received no offer for Schulz.
Schulz and his advisors are now said to be open to changing clubs. The report also states that two unnamed clubs should continue to express interest in the ex-national player. A loan deal would initially be possible until the summer. According to picture BVB could then even continue to take over parts of his salary if a buyer is found.
Schulz has not been in Edin Terzic’s squad this season. During the trip to Asia during the World Cup, however, the defensive player was allowed to take part in friendlies again. At the upcoming training camp in Marbella (January 6th to 14th), Schulz is also part of the BVB entourage, but appearances in friendlies are probably not planned.
BVB, News: DFB asks Dortmund to pay for Pyro.
The DFB sports court has sentenced Borussia Dortmund to a fine of 49,000 euros. The reason is incidents at the Revierderby on September 17, 2022.
In the duel with Schalke 04, BVB supporters set off a total of 49 pyrotechnic objects. The club can use up to 16,300 euros of the fine for security or violence prevention measures, the statement said.
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