Sport respiratory infections: Bürki and Sancho do not travel to Munich

20:05  29 september  2020
20:05  29 september  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

Dortmund director: Jadon Sancho will leave but NOT in this season

  Dortmund director: Jadon Sancho will leave but NOT in this season The 20-year-old England international will leave Borussia Dortmund in the future but the Bundesliga giants will not be selling him at all this season, according to director Sebastian Kehl. The England international is the subject of interest from Manchester United, who missed Dortmund's August 10 deadline earlier this year to sign the 20-year-old. While club director Kehl has reiterated that Sancho will be remaining in Signal Iduna Park for the 2020-21 season, he did confess that the Dortmund star could be moved on in the near future.

On Wednesday evening the two best German teams will meet for a duel for the Supercup. FC Bayern host Borussia Dortmund, but some spectacular players are missing.

Kein Einsatz im Supercup in München: Dortmunds Jadon Sancho leidet unter einer Atemwegsinfektion. © imago images Not used in the Supercup in Munich: Dortmund's Jadon Sancho suffers from a respiratory infection.

Munich have to do without their offensive player Leroy Sané, who is suffering from a capsule injury in his knee and can only play for the record champions after the international break. Defense chief David Alaba is also questionable because of muscular problems. This was announced by Bayern coach Hansi Flick on Tuesday afternoon.

A few hours later it was also clear who from the Dortmund squad would not make the trip to Munich. What is certain is that goalkeeper Roman Bürki and offensive whirlwind Jadon Sancho are not part of the BVB travel group that took off on Tuesday to the south.

The duo was missing from the flight to the Bavarian capital. On request, BVB announced that the Swiss goalkeeper and the English attacker suffer from respiratory infections.

Torino join Tottenham in race for King as Serie A side eye £10m swoop .
Recently-relegated Bournemouth are willing to sell for a cut-price £10million as they battle against the financial implications of the coronavirus in the second division of English football. © Provided by Daily Mail Josh King (right) is expected to leave Bournemouth before the end of the transfer window © Provided by Daily Mail King didn't start for the Cherries against Norwich and wants to leave the relegated club Tottenham were the front-runners for his signing, but now Torino have made an offer as they attempt to lure the striker away from England for the first time in his professional career.

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