Financial problems could force Dortmund to sell star players

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Borussia Dortmund’s financial situation is precarious and the inability to qualify for the The Champions League next season would be an economic disaster for the club. According to the German media outlet ‘Bild’, people like Jadon Sancho, Gio Reyna and Raphael Guerreiro could all be offered for sale, if proper and realistic offers were submitted.

Die borussen have had an erratic season with hopes now deposited in the new manager Edin Terzic who replaced Lucien Favre, but recent poor results saw BVB slip to seventh in the Bundesliga table and the club’s priority now is to secure a place in the 2021/22 Champions League and enjoy the financial benefits of UEFA.

CEO of Dortmund Hans-Joachim Watzke is keen for the club to avoid going into massive debt and are ready to listen to serious offers from some of the best players in the first team with Erling Haaland, being for the moment exempted from this registration.

Youth and talent

Jadon Sancho remains one of the more attractive proposals in Dortmund and was largely linked with a move to Manchester United last summer, but the Old Trafford side were unwilling to offer the € 120million. requested by the German side. Bild maintains that Dortmund are now said to be willing to let the England international move to Manchester and it remains to be seen whether the 20-year-old is still part of United’s future plans.

Photo by Jadon Sancho

18 years old Another player on the radar of many European teams is Giovanni Reyna (son of former US international Claudio). The teenager is currently Dortmund’s most used center player to have taken part in 1,671 minutes of first-team action this season with four goals. Reyna currently has a market value of 30 million euros according to the specialist portal Transfermarkt.

Photo by Gio Reyna

Raphael Guerreiro is another wanted winger with the 27-year-old valued at € 35million via Transfermarkt and another BVB star are closely watched by clubs across the continent.

Photo by Raphaël Guerreiro


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