Borussia Dortmund: Are these 3 BVB professionals the losers of the transfer offensive?
Dortmund. The transfer offensive of Borussia Dortmund The BVB fans were very enthusiastic at the start of the week.
Three strong Bundesliga players are changing with Thorgan Hazard, Julian Brandt and Nico Schulz Borussia DortmundAlthough the supporters of BVB are delighted, it can now be quite tight for some Dortmund players.
Borussia Dortmund: Who are the losers of the transfer offensive?
Who is threatened by the obligations of the three top players on the bench in the coming season? Which BVB players may even be able to leave the club?
These players could become the losers of the Dortmund transfer week:
In the first six games of the season, Schmelzer was the first in the BVB from eleven. Then a bone edema brought him out of action for almost three months. In the second half he was hardly considered by Favre.
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Schulz's dedication is anything but a good sign that Schmelzer will have a lot of time in the coming season. That the 31-year-old applauded again in front of the guest block after the last season match in Gladbach, the fans interpreted a trailer as a farewell gesture.
Philipp usually had to sit on the couch this season, because Mario Götze and Paco Alcacer were preferred. Also at the other positions in the attack, where Philipp could play, is the BVB after the obligations of Brandt and Hazard were now exceeded several times.
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Jacob Bruun Larsen
Bruun Larsen has taken a huge step in the development of the past season. When the upcoming sale of Christian Pulisic to Chelsea was announced in the winter, many BVB fans knew: in the coming season, Bruun Larsen will become the permanent force on the attacking wings.
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But after the obligations of Hazard and Brandt, competition for Bruun Larsen has become even greater. Will the Dane face the competition?