Sebastian Kehl, sports director of Borussia Dortmund, sees a disadvantage in the fight for the championship compared to FC Bayern Munich. In addition, Dortmund is said to be interested in Marvin Ducksch from Werder Bremen. Here you can find all the news and rumors about BVB.
BVB, News: Sebastian Kehl sees Borussia Dortmund at a disadvantage in the title fight with FC Bayern
Borussia Dortmund’s sports director Sebastian Kehl considers the appointments for the coming Bundesliga match days to be at least unfortunate. In the duel for the title with Bayern, Munich can also present on the next two weekends after this matchday.
“I think it’s a certain disadvantage if you’re chasing three times in the next few weeks,” said Kehl before the home game against VfL Wolfsburg (6-0). DAZN. “We can’t change it, nobody asked us.”
BVB, News: Borussia Dortmund is obviously interested in Marvin Ducksch
Borussia Dortmund has apparently kept an eye on striker Marvin Ducksch from Werder Bremen, and a possible transfer is being discussed in the management floor. This reports sky.
Ducksch is one of the top scorers in the Bundesliga this season with twelve goals so far and could succeed Anthony Modeste at BVB, whose contract expires in the summer and who was not able to convince in the long term.
Thanks to an exit clause of allegedly 7.5 million euros dated June 1st, Ducksch, whose contract on the Weser runs until 2024, could also be had relatively cheaply.
BVB, News: Edin Terzic talks about the master dream
Borussia Dortmund’s belief in their first championship title in eleven years is unbroken, despite the worse starting position compared to leaders Bayern Munich. “The season has shown how crazy it is. We will do everything to ensure that it stays crazy until the end and that we have something to celebrate,” said BVB coach Edin Terzic after the 6-0 gala against an overwhelmed VfL Wolfsburg .
Dortmund goes into the final three matchdays a point behind the German record champions. “We need help, we have to be honest,” said sports director Sebastian Kehl. Kehl sees the furious performance against Wolfsburg as a small declaration of war: “That makes an impression. I think one or the other will have sat in front of the television and said, that’s an exclamation point.”
BVB celebrated their tenth home win in a row on Sunday. The second-placed team expects Borussia Mönchengladbach and FSV Mainz 05 on the remaining matchdays, with a match against FC Augsburg in between. “People are incredibly keen, they push the team. That’s called having a fortress at home. It’s relatively easy to get into the flow and you’re carried by the euphoria,” said Kehl.
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