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The Daily Bee (June 10th, 2019): Could Philipp join Gladbach?

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Plus U17 reach final and Portugal win the UEFA Nations League

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Borussia Dortmund just acquired Thorgan Hazard from Gladbach and could send Maximilian Philipp back in return. Gladbach’s sporting director Max Eberl admitted that they are “very far” into negotiations with their targeted players but there would be ways to go with the respective clubs.

Dortmund are likely willing to let Philipp go who has not seen much playing time under Lucien Favre. According to RP Philipp could be available for 15€ million which would be a fair fee for him.

  • Durm rejects Schalke

Ex-BVB player Eric Durm has reportedly rejected an offer from Schalke 04. The fullback played for new Schalke coach David Wagner in Huddersfield but is currently without a contract and would be available for free but he still did not want to play for BVB’s rivals.

  • BVB U17 in the final

BVB’s U17 also won their second game against VfL Wolfsburg with 2:0 to reach the final for the German championship which will be played in Dortmund. Pakia and Moukoko scored the two goals for BVB in a deserved victory. The final against 1.FC Köln who eliminated Bayern Munich will be played on June 16th.

  • New FIFA with BVB

This years FIFA has been officially announced at E3 and Borussia Dortmund is one of the marketing partners for the game. It will include an all new futsal mode called Volta when it launches this fall.

  • UEFA Nations League

Portugal and Raphael Guerreiro are the winners of the first iteration of the UEFA Nations League. They defeated the Netherlands thanks to a goal from Goncalo Guedes.

In the third place match England won in a penalty shootout 6:5 against Switzerland, both Manuel Akanji and Jadon Sancho played and converted their penalty.

  • FIFA Women’s World Cup

The Women’s World Cup continues with two matches today, Argentina take on Japan and Canada play Cameroon.