BVB apparently has Andre Silva from Eintracht Frankfurt in their sights, just in case Erling Haaland should leave the club in the summer. Meanwhile, Borussia fans are demanding a clear commitment against the Super League. The news and rumors from Dortmund.
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BVB is working on the squad for the coming season. A candidate should be loud picture Striker Andre Silva from Eintracht Frankfurt. But only in the event that star striker Erling Haaland should leave Borussia at the end of the season.
The latter seems to be a conceivable scenario if the Champions League is missed, especially since the founding of the Super League could raise significant new financial resources for some interested parties very soon.
However, Silva’s advisor Hendrik Schauerte from the Gesifute agency spoke up picture still covered: “Of course the speculations will not decrease at this point in time of the season, we are not orienting ourselves towards that. Andre is totally focused and wants to secure the Champions League places with Eintracht. For all other topics we are in close contact as before Fredi Bobic and Oliver Frankenbach. “
BVB – Rumor: Borussia interested in Frankfurt’s Andre Silva
The majority of Borussia Dortmund fans apparently thinks little of the Super League. And that was clearly expressed by supporters – with a banner at the club’s office.
With black letters on a yellow background it says: “Clear words instead of empty lines: ESL rejection now and forever”.
BVB managing director Hans-Joachim Watzke had already made a clear statement about the Super League. Watzke said on Monday: “The members of the board of the European Club Association (ECA) came together for a virtual conference on Sunday evening and confirmed that the board decision of last Friday is still valid. This decision says that the clubs want to implement the planned reform of the UEFA Champions League. “
And further: “It was the clear opinion of the members of the ECA board that they reject the plans to found a Super League. Both German clubs that are represented on the ECA board, FC Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund, have in all Conversations represented 100 percent congruent views. ” Obviously, this formulation does not go far enough for the fans.