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The Daily Bee (May 21st, 2019): Transfer speculation continues

BVB working on their team for next season

Chelsea FC v FC Barcelona - UEFA Youth League Final Photo by Robert Hradil/Getty Images

Dortmund is indeed working on their future at the right back position and it looks like reports were right about their interest in Mateu Morey from FC Barcelona. German outlet kicker claim the youngster will join on a free transfer and could be an option for the future at fullback once Lukasz Piszczek retires and Achraf Hakimi goes bach to Madrid after his loan ends.

The same report mentions that the transfer of Thorgan Hazard is expected to be finalized this week with Julian Brandt also being likely.

According to transfermarkt Paris St. Germain are interested in Abdou Diallo as a potential replacement for Presnel Kimpembe. The Ligue 1 champions want to reinforce their defense and Diallo could be an option although there have been no negotiations between the clubs about a potential transfer just yet.

Mario Götze opens up about his career and the decisions that he made and why he made them. Dortmund’s midfielder focuses on his infamous decision to leave BVB for Bayern and the backlash that he underestimated. It’s an excellent piece in The Players Tribune that every BVB fan should read.

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A film crew followed Borussia Dortmund all season long to create a documentary about the club. The fans will be able to watch the final product on Amazon Prime Video where the first of four episodes will air on August 9th 2019. The documentary will focus on BVB’s season and have several interviews with the players, coach Lucien Favre as well as Michael Zorc and Hans-Joachim Watzke. According to Bild Dortmund will receive 5€ million for the documentary.