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DFB quarters: "Bombastic" Conditions and Mixed WGS
The German football national team inhabits in their EM district in Herzogenaurach colorful mixed shared apartments. © Provided by sport1.de DFB quarters: "Bombastic" Conditions and Mixed WGS The German football national team lives in her EM district in Herzogenaurach in colorful mixed shared shared communities. The Munich Thomas Müller and Leon Goretzka have about a WG with Italy legionnaire Robin Gosens and the Frankfurt Kevin Trapp.
National Player Matthias Ginter has allegedly awakened the interest of a great European top club. As the sports buzz reports, the FC Barcelona should endeavor to the services of the 27-year-old. Ginter is at Bundesligaist Borussia Mönchengladbach until summer 2022 under contract.
When switching to the Catalans, Ginter would be the second German in the squad of Bluegrana to Torwart Marc-Andre Ter. The currently injured backman was also changed in 2014 by Mönchengladbach to Barcelona.
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last had ginter had avoided a clear statement about his future and declared that there are no talks about a contract extension with the Foal have taken place. He wanted to deal with his future only after the currently occurring Championship.
is clear that Gladbach will not play internationally in the coming season and the club is likely to be much heavier to keep power carriers. In addition, the Borussia can only line a - alleged lucrative deduction amount for Ginters only this summer. Especially in Coronaziten the clubs are dependent on every euro.
in Barcelona would probably wait for a huge competition on Ginter. In Ronald Araujo, Clement Lenglet, Oscar Mingueza, Gerard Pique, Samuel Umtiti and newcomer Eric Garcia (Manchester City) and borrowers Jean-Clair Todibo are already seven central defenders in the squad. However, the highly neglected Catalans want to give some players still.
Ex-DFB President: "It was bitter and I hurt until today" .
for Wolfgang Niersbach is his end as DFB President 2015 still "bitter" and "unfair". Niersbach speaks in the double pass over the summer fairy little affair. © Provided by sport1.de Ex-DFB President: "It was bitter and I hurt until today" Wolfgang Niersbach still looks at the end of his time as DFB president as unfair. "My end was not beautiful, it was bitter and hurt me until today. I feel unjustly as unjust.