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BVB, News and Rumours, Edson Álvarez, Declan Rice, Mats Hummels

Declan Rice’s move to Arsenal apparently has negative consequences not only for Bayern. Meanwhile, Mats Hummels is committed to a good cause. The news and rumors about BVB.

BVB, rumours: Will Rice change make Dortmund’s Álvarez transfer fail?

Declan Rice has apparently decided to move to Arsenal. That could well have consequences for Borussia Dortmund, desired player Edson Álvarez could now slip through the fingers of BVB. Because: According to information, West Ham United should PICTURE chose the Mexican as Rice’s replacement.

Accordingly, the “Hammers” would offer a significantly higher transfer fee and a higher salary and could still torpedo the BVB transfer. However, the midfielder from Ajax Amsterdam is said to be keen to switch to Borussia, according to the report, Dortmund is currently offering 35 million euros – it would be the most expensive purchase in BVB’s history if West Ham didn’t increase this sum with their entry into Álvarez poker .

BVB, News: Knauff declares change to Eintracht Frankfurt

Ansgar Knauff is moving from Borussia Dortmund to Eintracht Frankfurt for the coming season for seven million euros. Compared to the sports buzzer The German U21 international explained his decision: “I decided to join the club after many discussions with those responsible at Eintracht. Both my side and the club side are convinced that it is the right step.”

At the time of the transfer, it had not yet been decided who would coach Eintracht in the coming season. But now it’s official: Dino Toppmöller succeeds Oliver Glasner in Frankfurt. The unresolved trainer question is not a problem for Knauff’s decision: “It wasn’t a difficult decision, even if it wasn’t clear who would be the new trainer. If you look at it that way, you never know who the next trainer will be.”

BVB, News: Hummels is committed to blood donations

World champion Mats Hummels from runner-up Borussia Dortmund is repeatedly committed to a good cause. “Whoever donates blood saves lives,” said the 34-year-old on the occasion of the annual World Blood Donor Day on Wednesday. “Everyone should be aware that their life can suddenly depend on a blood donation. A lack of blood supplies could have life-threatening consequences.”

In addition to Hummels, record national player Lothar Matthäus, Vice European Champion Jule Brand, ski jumping world champion Markus Eisenbichler and Bundesliga referee Patrick Ittrich as well as three-time Alpine Skiing Olympic champion Maria Höfl-Riesch are taking part in the campaign. Clubs and associations such as BVB and the German Football Association (DFB) are also part of the campaign and attract attention via social media.

BVB, News: Ex-Borussia physio unpacks: “No one dared to go to Klopp for over a year”

In an interview with SPOX and GOAL speaks to Zetzmann, who switched to BVB as a youth player in the early 1990s and had to end his professional career early after several operations, about his intimate relationship with Reus and the era under Klopp.

Here is the detailed interview.

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