The BVB managers apparently want more quality in the goalkeeping position. Nelson Valdez looks back on his time at BVB. For the upcoming game against Bremen, coach Terzic will probably have to do without Jadon Sancho. Here you can find all the news and rumors about Borussia Dortmund.
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Borussia Dortmund apparently continues to look for a new goalkeeper for the coming season. That reports the WAZ. Accordingly, answering the “T question” continues to have priority for the Dortmunders. In the past few weeks, the desire for a change in this important position in the executive suite is said to have become even stronger. Although club bosses consider Marwin Hitz and Roman Bürki to be “solid goalkeepers”, they still wish for “more class” between the posts, writes the paper.
In the event of a new signing, the Dortmund team would also have to part with one of the two current goalkeepers. Since Hitz’s contract was only extended in February of this year, it would in all probability hit Roman Bürki. Like Hitz, the Swiss is under contract until 2023, but would probably not voluntarily move into the second tier.
It is not clear who will be the new number one in the eyes of the black and yellow. However, numerous names have been traded in the recent past. Peter Gulacsi (RB Leipzig), Thomas Strakosha (Lazio Rome), Dean Henderson (Manchester United) and Bartlomiej Dragowski (AC Florence) were just a few of the named candidates.
BVB apparently wants “more class” between the posts
Ex-Dortmund professional Nelson Valdez spoke to the picture-Zeitung talked about his move to BVB at the time. At Werder, the right-footer achieved the greatest success of his career with a double win in 2004. In retrospect, the 76-time national player regretted leaving the Hanseatic city in 2006 to move to Dortmund.
“Maybe I wasn’t quite ready to meet the high expectations there. I still had a great time at BVB. Maybe I should have grown a little more in Bremen beforehand,” said Valdez.
At the weekend, the two Bundesliga clubs where Valdez played the longest will meet in a direct duel. Valdez holds more to the green and white and hopes for a victory for the Kohfeldt-Elf.
“Both need the points. But Bremen a little more necessary. North Macedonia has won against Germany. Why shouldn’t Werder win in Dortmund? Football is not always logical,” he said optimistically.