Sport Hertha BSC: Bobic has to enable numerous last-minute departures
"May the Word City Master": Answer to Cup game
1. FC Union Berlin found the right answer to the tedious cup game from last Monday with a very well deserved derby victory at the start of the Bundesliga. "The team today showed what it is capable of when it is ready for the task," said Union coach Urs Fischer after the 3-1 against Hertha BSC.
into the new season Hertha BSC went with a squad that is too large. Within the last two weeks of the transfer phase, Fredi Bobic still has to significantly reduce the team.
is too big and too expensive, the squad with which Hertha went into the new season. Although 14 players were already submitted and only eight new ones were brought in, the team still includes a whopping 34 players.
This not only blocks further new additions that would actually still be necessary. It also ensures a large amount of salary that the capital club cannot really afford.
Because financially, the sporting area is not exactly rosy. Most of the Windhorst millions have already been issued - and not exactly successful in the past. Therefore, there are still some departures.
Hertha BSC: Ekkelenkamp changes to the Belgian League
Bundesliga club Hertha BSC separates from Jurgen Ekkelenkamp. As the capital club announced on Sunday evening, the Dutchman changes to the Belgian first division club Royal Antwerp after only one year at Hertha. Hertha did not provide any information about the transfer modalities. © provided by Berliner Zeitung The 22-year-old switched from Ajax Amsterdam to Berlin in the summer of 2021, but after his debut with a simultaneous goal against Greuther Fürth never gave foot at Hertha.
Bobic runs the time: necessary departures on the one hand, sought -after access on the other side
only have two weeks left. It takes income, savings and space in the squad to prepare the team as much as possible for a difficult season.
Fredi Bobic is now in demand. According to the picture, his focus is on Krzysztof Piatek, Omar Alderete and Dedryck Boyata. The three should leave the club urgently and as soon as possible. The salaries are far too high for staying. While Piatek is to get up to 5.5 million euros a year with bonuses, Boyata and Alderete are around 3.5 million euros.
that cannot and does not want to allow Berlin, which is why these three players absolutely have to be submitted.
is far from enough: According to the report, there are other candidates for a departure.
The wish to Hertha BSC: More power - and more attitude, please!
The duels between the two leading football clubs in Berlin were and are always a highlight for me in everyday league life. Each of the derbies between Hertha BSC and 1. FC Union produced its own history, its celebrated heroes - from Hertha Ronny to Union Torsten Mattuschka or from Vedad Ibisevic to Sebastian Polter.
should be suitable offers, so players such as Stefan Jovetic, Deyovaisio Zeefuik and Maximilian Mittelstädt are among those who should go. Due to the need to reduce the Klader and the costs, while there is still a catch-up requirement for your own obligations, Bobic can make an exception with almost no Hertha professional. Basically, everyone is selling.
According to the picture, departures with Davie Selke, Vladimir Darida and Myziane Maolida should also have a topic - insofar as a concrete interest should pay.
in focus on the addition page: an experienced goalkeeper and a new striker. After the, Bobic has to get a keeper with experience. However, his contract has to be dissolved beforehand and for the new striker a striker still has to go from the current squad.
The two weeks will have a lot to do. There will be no quiet August end in the capital.
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Dedryck Boyata departs Bundesliga and looks likely to replace ex-Celtic man at new club .
The Belgium international has agreed the transfer from Hertha Berlin and put pen to paper on a three-year deal until 2025. He could now be a direct replacement for Jack HendryThe Belgium international has agreed the transfer from Bundesliga outfit Hertha Berlin and has put pen to paper on a three-year deal until 2025. He arrives at the club alongside another ex-Hoops stopper in the shape of Jack Hendry, although his time looks like it is coming to an end following the arrival of the 31-year-old.