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Sport Corona crisis: BVB and Gladbach keep their feet still in the transfer summer

21:50  30 june  2020
21:50  30 june  2020 Source:   90min.de

FC Bayern - Oliver Kahn about possible Sane transfer: "You have to be very careful"

 FC Bayern - Oliver Kahn about possible Sane transfer: © Getty / Goal Oliver Kahn (51) spoke in the ZDF sports studio about a possible transfer from national player Leroy Sane. The board member of FC Bayern Munich highlighted the financial hurdles of the transfer. With regard to the corona pandemic, Kahn fears that FC Bayern will also feel the effects. "Possibly also in the next season. I think it's a time when you have to act very carefully, especially economically," says Kahn.

Neben Gladbach will auch der BVB keine Neuzugänge im Sommer präsentieren © DeFodi Images / Getty Images In addition to Gladbach, BVB also does not want to present any new additions in the summer

The clubs suffered from the Corona crisis despite the ongoing game play eaten, BVB and Borussia Mönchengladbach are also affected. Both clubs will have to save over the summer and accordingly will not present expensive new signings.

After the missed championship again, Borussia Dortmund will not and will probably not be able to turn large screws within the team this summer. The normally financially strong BVB, like every other club, is affected by losses due to the corona crisis. An shortfall of around EUR 45 million has already been announced for the 2019/2020 financial year.

Leverkusen only mediocre since restart

 Leverkusen only mediocre since restart Leverkusen. Bayer 04 recently collected seven points from six league games. Before the last game on Saturday against Mainz, that's only enough for fifth place. There is a shortage of professionals on the lawn who drive the team with performance and will. © Michael Sohn Leverkusen's coach Peter Bosz stands with his hands in his pockets on the side of the field. The Dutchman was extremely disappointed with his team's performance in the empty Berlin Olympic Stadium.

Watzke plans "no more new entries"

"We are no longer planning any new entries. Every coach on this planet has realized at some point that we live in Corona times," said Sport Managing Director Hans-Joachim Watzke (via Sport1). The free transfer of right-back Thomas Meunier has already taken place - only youngster Jude Bellingham could find his way to Dortmund. The midfield talent wooed in half of Europe would cost the runner-up another around 22 million euros, but this should already complete the team planning.

Michael Zorc und Hans-Joachim Watzke werden keine großen Transfers aushandeln können © MinuteMedia Michael Zorc and Hans-Joachim Watzke will not be able to negotiate large transfers

The team of trainer Lucien Favre has a remarkable quality even without large and expensive newcomers. The club management also achieved this through past transfers, as Watzke described: "We invested a lot in transfers last year and therefore had high depreciation." This explains the limitations of Dortmund.

report: Schalke favorite on Sarr transfer

 report: Schalke favorite on Sarr transfer © YANN COATSALIOU / Getty Images Schalke are said to be in pole position with Malang Sarr A year ago Malang Sarr's move to the Bundesliga failed, this summer the defensive all-rounder could fail OGC Nice but land in the highest German division. Numerous clubs are said to be interested, according to the online portal Le10Sport , Schalke is in pole position. Malang Sarr is a very interesting defender, who would have loved to have come to Borussia Mönchengladbach in summer 2019 .

At the moment, every club is "flying blind", the 61-year-old continues: "We assume that not much will happen on the delivery side because the transfer market is dead. Nothing will happen on the revenue side either." The long-time official had already stated on Sunday in the Sport1 double pass that he did not expect a change from Jadon Sancho - on the one hand because the offensive player had so far not expressed a wish in this direction, and on the other hand because of 's financial paralysis , that currently prevail in football.

Gladbach also has to save: Sport director Eberl can keep the current team together

Similarly, NRW neighbor Borussia Mönchengladbach . Despite moving into the Champions League and the associated bonus payments, a shopping tour this summer will not be an option.

On Saturday, sports director Max Eberl stated in the current sports studio that he had to assess the situation together with finance chief Stephan Schippers and that he could then see based on the findings to what extent the foals can and want to be active on the transfer market. According to the picture, despite the premier class and the new main sponsor Flatex , there will be no big names on the purchase list.

Rose and more: Four reasons for fourth place

 Rose and more: Four reasons for fourth place Borussia Mönchengladbach is celebrating its entry into the Champions League for the third time. Compared to last season, the foals scored ten points more. The kicker gives four reasons for fourth place and the associated leap into the premier class. © imago images Much done right: Gladbach coach Marco Rose. The trainer Marco Rose: the "key figure" For Max Eberl, Marco Rose is the key figure of success.

Zwar zum Sparen, aber nicht zum Ausverkauf verdammt: Gladbachs Sportdirektor Max Eberl © MinuteMedia To save but not to sell out: Gladbach's sports director Max Eberl

Gladbach also expects a double-digit million loss. "The last few months have hit us to the core. We will use the Champions League money to try to alleviate the Corona losses from this season. We cannot just go shopping," explained Eberl (via picture). The club would not spend a lot, but that was not possible anyway.

Schippers described the situation as "non-existential, but substance-threatening". Accordingly, it is important to save, of course "even with transfers". For this, it is possible to keep the current team together, which is also a success at the level that has now been reached. So the second Borussia from transfers from last year, like Stefan Lainer, Marcus Thuram or Breel Embolo, will also have to live.


Gallery: Hamburg's cheap symbolism has led to nothing (sport1.de)

JÖRG ALBERTZ (2001) - Die Freude ist groß, als Jörg Albertz im Sommer 2001 nach fünf Jahren von den Glasgow Rangers zurückkehrt. Fünf Millionen Euro Ablöse fließen für den 30-Jährigen von Hamburg nach Schottland

BVB names Manchester United the price and the deadline for possible Sancho transfer .
© Getty Images UNITED SETS THE BORDER AT SANCHO Manchester United has decided not to pay more than 55 million euros for BVB player Jadon Sancho. There have been rumors about a transfer of the 20-year-old for several months. However, the club is reluctant to spend a lot of money on a new player in the summer. Source: Sky Sports, June 30, 2020 Borussia Dortmund is apparently pushing for a timely decision in the Jadon Sancho case.

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