Welcome to FTW’s weekly recap of each Borussia Dortmund loanee’s performances at their respective clubs. BVB currently has 5 players out on loan, whose loans all end on June 30, 2021.
This week will be a short summary of how the players and their club fared through the first half of the 2020-2021 season. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to leave them in the comments.
Leonardo Balerdi (CB)
Olympique Marseille (Ligue 1)
Olympique Marseille lost 2:1 to Angers SCO in their last game of 2020 on December 23. Balerdi did not feature in this game. Marseille spent the holidays in 5th place with 28 points (8-4-3) and a goal differential of +7 (22:15). They are 8 points out of first place Olympique Lyon with 2 games in hand.
They placed 4th in the Champions League group stage and are therefore out of the competition.
On the season, Balerdi has 1 goal and 2 yellow cards in 6 Ligue 1 appearances (5 starts). In the Champions League, he has no points in 3 appearances (3 starts) and got sent off for a 2nd yellow card.
Sergio Gómez (AM)
SD Huesca (La Liga)
SD Huesca played their last game of 2020 on December 30 in a 2:1 defeat to Celta Vigo. Gómez was substituted in at the 67th minute mark. Huesca currently is in last place with 12 points (1-9-6) and a goal differential of -11 (14:25).
They will face CD Alcoyano in the second round of the Copa del Rey.
So far Gómez has 0 points in his 10 La Liga appearances (1 start). In the Copa del Rey, he has 1 appearance (1 start) with 0 points.
Immanuel Pherai (AM)
PEC Zwolle (Eredivisie)
PEC Zwolle finished their year with a 2:0 win over ADO Den Haag on December 23. Pherai was on the bench. Zwolle sits in the middle of the table at 11th place with 16 points (3-7-4) and a -6 (16:22) goal differential.
Pherai has amassed 1 goal in 10 Eredivisie appearances (8 starts).
Jeremy Toljan (RB)
US Sassuolo (Serie A)
US Sassuolo won 3:2 over Sampdoria Genua in their latest game on December 23. Toljan rode the pine for this match. Sassuolo sits in 4th place with 26 points (7-5-2), 8 points out of first place AC Milan, and with a goal differential of +9 (26:17).
Sassuolo will face S.P.A.L. in the quarter-finals of the Coppa Italia.
This season Toljan has 0 points and 1 yellow card in his 8 Serie A appearances (8 starts). He has no Coppa Italia appearances.
Marius Wolf (RW)
1. FC Köln (Bundesliga)
In their last match before the brief winter break, 1. FC Köln drew against RB Leipzig with Wolf playing 84 minutes. Köln sits near the bottom of the table in the Bundesliga in 15th place with 11 points (2-5-6) and a -8 (13:21) goal differential.
In the DFB Pokal, Köln won 1:0 over VFL Osnabrück in the second round of the DFB Pokal. Wolf played the full 90 minutes.
In total, Wolf has 1 assist and 2 yellow cards in 11 Bundesliga appearances (10 starts). In the DFB Pokal, he has no points in his 1 appearance (1 start).
Stats from transfermarkt.us, kicker.de, & fbref.com