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The Daily Bee: Edin Terzic to Eintracht Frankfurt?

Rumors link Terzic & Delaney with moves away from Dortmund this summer

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Despite having recently signed a new contract, there are still rumors that Edin Terzic’s future might lie elsewhere. It is now being reported that Terzic may be in discussion with Eintracht Frankfurt, to become their new manager.

I think there are plenty of positives to take from either situation, for both Terzic and BVB. If Terzic goes to Frankfurt, he gains experience with a top club and continues his development as a head coach, and if he stays at BVB, he can learn from Marco Rose, help the team in transition, and work towards becoming the successor to Rose.

At this point, I would bet that Terzic will be BVB’s manager one day in the future.

Thomas Delaney to Southampton

So apparently ESPN’s Stephan Uersfeld has learned that Southampton are in for BVB’s Thomas Delaney. Delaney is heading into the final year of his contract, and Dortmund might be willing to let the Dane go for €10m.

I’m skeptical of this rumor, because I just don’t think Thomas Delaney to Southampton makes any sense.

He is older than the typical profile that Saints generally target, and while the team could do with some reinforcements in midfield, they could also do with reinforcements at virtually every single position on the pitch. They have much greater needs elsewhere (like left back), and they’re not likely to spend a whole lot of money either. To top it off, I think Delaney’s wages are likely to be a little rich for Southampton’s blood. I would quite like Delaney at Southampton, but if I was a betting man, I’d guess that the only move they make in the summer is for Rico Henry.

That said, I think Delaney could leave in the summer, and a move to the Premier League would make plenty of sense.

Harry Kane to BVB

According to Sky Sports, Harry Kane has apparently reiterated his desire to leave Tottenham Hotspur this summer.

Kane has been in incredible form this season, scoring 22 goals and contributing 13 assists (an average of 0.96 G+A/90), despite Tottenham struggling in the league.

So what next for the England captain? Yes I know Manchester City, Man United, Chelsea, and PSG are all eyeing him up. But surely now is the time for Kane to come to Borussia Dortmund? Haaland and Kane can lead the BVB line, like a budget Shearer/Sutton.

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