- Weigl ready to leave? (Sport Bild)
According to Sport Bild have set the price for Julian Weigl at 30€ million and both PSG and Arsenal are interested. Weigl burst onto the scene under Thomas Tuchel, who is now employed at PSG, as a central midfielder with an outstanding pass accuracy. However the arrival of Axel Wistel pushed Weigl out of the starting spot in midfield and into the rotation at center-back under Lucien Favre.
Keeping Weigl would probably be a luxury for BVb at this point, Witsel will be the starter in midfield and with the arrival of Mats Hummels the centre of the defense also seems to crowded for Weigl. A year ago Dortmund would have been able to ask for more than 30€ million but now it seems like a fair price.
Dominik Szoboszlai is one of the most sought after young central midfielders in Europe which naturally means Borussia Dortmund is one of the clubs linked to him. Sky Sports Austria report (quoting football.london) BVB is one of the teams interested in RB Salzburg’s midfielder. The 18-year-old scored 11 goals and added 10 assists last season in Austria last season.
- Besong joins Nürnberg
Paul-Philipp Besong will leave BVB’s U19 team and join 1.FC Nürnberg. Just a few weeks ago Besong (18) won the German championship with Dortmund at the U19 level and scored 2 goals during the final. The striker will play for Nürnberg’s second team but the club is confident that he can break into the 2.Bundesliga squad relatively soon.
Neuzugang für die U21: Paul-Philipp #Besong kommt vom @BVB zum #FCN.— 1. FC Nürnberg (@1_fc_nuernberg) June 26, 2019
„Wir sehen in ihm das Potential, dass er schon in der laufenden Saison den Sprung in die Profimannschaft schaffen kann", sagt Robert #Palikuca über den Angreifer.
Zur Meldung https://t.co/YWelpi0YlO pic.twitter.com/G4Pr54EOYZ
New BVB winger Thorgan Hazard has talked about his move to Dortmund, the stadium and his relationship with new (and former) coach Lucien Favre. Hazard seems genuinely excited to start this new chapter of his career with the black and yellows and is eager to win a title with his new club.
- FIFA Women’s World Cup
Italy and the Netherlands are the two remaining teams that qualified for the quarterfinals yesterday. Italy won 2:0 against China and the Netherlands defeated Japan 2:1 thanks to a late penalty.
This means seven of the eight teams left in the competition are from Europe. The tournament continues tomorrow with the first quarterfinal between Norway and England.