- Signal-Iduna-Park is the most visited stadium
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There's a reason why the Signal-Iduna-Park and most of all the "Yellow Wall" are world famous, it's one of the most impressive and atmospheric stadiums in the world. To back up that fact, it is once again the most visited stadium in Europe. With an average of 78.813 fans it is the most popular stadium ahead of Barcelona, Manchester United, Bayern Munich, etc.
The only reason why the stadium is not sold out for every game is the fact that the away tickets aren't sold out and Dortmund can't sell them to BVB-fans.
- Most players are off with their national teams
A total of 15 players will be gone during this weeks international break, that's exactly why Thomas Tuchel gave the rest of the team a couple days off, they will resume team practice on Wednesday. While there are still a lot of players injured it looks like two of them are on their way back. On Saturday Sven Bender participated in the team practice and he might be ready for some game action soon. Marco Reus was seen running around the pitch and he might be back just in time for the important games against Gelsenkirchen, Bayern (Bundesliga+Cup) and Monaco next month.
- Dembélé will stay in Dortmund
Some rumors surfaced that Barcelona and Liverpool would be interested to acquire the young Frenchman this summer. Michael Zorc did his best to immediately shoot dow those rumors saying: "Dembélé might one day play in Barcelona but it won't be next year."
Dortmund has absolutely no reason to sell either, he has a long running contract (until 2021) and he's a starter for one of the most talented teams in Europe, not even silly money can prevent him from playing in black and yellow next season.
Daily Buzz: The international break is coming up, any games you are looking forward to this week?