BVB is apparently planning an early contract extension with Jude Bellingham (17) along with a hefty salary increase. After the 2-0 win over VfL Wolfsburg, Borussia Dortmund will face the cup semi-final against Holstein Kiel next weekend. Here you will find news and rumors of the day about the black and yellow.
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BVB apparently wants to extend the contract of youngster Jude Bellingham (17) prematurely after only one season. The portal reports 90min.de. In the course of an extension of the contract, which will run until 2023, the salary of the England international is to be doubled, it is said. The 17-year-old should then earn five million euros a year. The examples of Jadon Sancho and Manuel Akanji recently showed that the Black and Yellows like to extend players’ contracts in a quiet little room.
An extension of his working paper is after 90min.de-Infos also not averse to Bellingham himself. The midfielder, who only came to BVB from the English second division club Birmingham last summer for 23 million euros, is of the opinion that he has optimal conditions for his further development in Dortmund, according to the report.
After Bellingham had played outstandingly against Manchester City in the second leg of the Champions League quarter-finals and was subsequently ennobled by City coach Pep Guardiola as an “unbelievable fucking personality”, the first rumors came about an alleged interest of Chelsea in a commitment of Midfield jewels.
BVB – News: Borussia Dortmund probably want to extend prematurely with Bellingham
Borussia Dortmund plans according to the picture-Newspaper to have “timely” contract talks with midfielder Mahmoud Dahoud. The 26-year-old’s contract with BVB expires in 2022. Most recently, Dahoud had shown a clear increase in form under coach Edin Terzic, was stuck in the first eleven and was “a key to the three points” in Terzic’s view in the 2-0 win against VfL Wolfsburg.
The “outstanding” Dahoud (Terzic) not only received special praise from the BVB coach after last Saturday’s game. BVB sports director Michael Zorc was also enthusiastic about the performance of the U21 European champion: “Mo played a clever game and stole a lot of balls. Now and then he lost the ball unnecessarily. But that was otherwise very good. He’s doing it very good after a long run-up. “
Dahoud’s “longer run-up” at BVB, which Zorc tried to do, sometimes lasts for three years. After moving from Borussia Mönchengladbach to Dortmund in 2017, Dahoud was unable to convince and often advanced to bench press. He was initially under Terzic, who even suspended him for two games after an argument in training.
By the end of January, Dahoud made only five Bundesliga games (260 minutes played) this season and was therefore faced with a loan move to France, where AS Monaco and Olympique Marseille expressed interest, or to Italy to US Sassuolo. However, a change failed, according to the Ruhr news the financial requirements that none of the interested clubs could meet.