BVB, news and rumors: Raphael Guerreiro was probably offered FC Barcelona

Raphael Guerreiro was apparently offered to FC Barcelona. Axel Witsel speaks about his time at Dortmund and Ansgar Knauff is on revenge before the Europa League final with Eintracht Frankfurt. All news and rumors about BVB can be found here.

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BVB, rumor: Guerreiro was probably offered to FC Barcelona

Raphael Guerreiro has been with Borussia Dortmund since 2016. His time at BVB could soon end. According to mundo Deportivo, the black and yellow offered the Portuguese at FC Barcelona. The Catalans are probably looking for an alternative for Jordi Alba. According to the report, a transfer fee of eight to ten million euros should be under discussion. As early as 2016 and 2020, Barca was probably interested in Guerreiro.

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The 28-year-old’s contract expires in 2023 and the BVB would prevent the left-back from pulling away without any equivalent. Guerreiro stood in the field in 22 Bundesliga games in the current season and posted seven goal participations. However, his changeable performance is almost symbolical of the BVB season.

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BVB, News: Witsel: “I don’t know if I will ever experience such an atmosphere again”

Axel Witsel will leave BVB after the season. Now the Belgian has commented on Sport1 at the Dortmund time. “The club gave me the chance to return from China and play at the highest level. For that, I am primarily Michael Zorc, who brought me here, gratefully,” said Witsel.

With Marco Reus in particular, the 33-year-old seems to have understood well. “It was four wonderful years here and I have the feeling of being part of the BVB family. I only have good memories. Marco Reus was very important to me – especially in the first few years. I will miss him, but we will keep in touch.”

He will always think positively for his BVB period. “I will remember my first goal in the Bundesliga. That was a nice fall-back goal against Leipzig. I will never forget the fans either. I don’t know if I will ever experience a crazy atmosphere as at our home games. “

BVB, News: Knauff through BVB bankruptcy “particularly motivated”

The BVB loan Ansgar Knauff is currently playing for the title of Europa League at Eintracht Frankfurt. In the final on May 18 in Seville, the Glasgow Rangers will go. This is the club that previously threw Borussia Dortmund out of the competition. This is something special for the right wing, which was only sporadically used in the winter break at BVB until his change in the winter break. “Due to her victory against Dortmund, I have even more motivation,” revealed Knauff in a media round.

The 20-year-old stood in the starting eleven in all six Europa League games since moving to Hesse and scored a goal both in the quarter-finals against FC Barcelona and in the semi-finals against West Ham United.

Marwin Hitz leaves BVB: “New challenge”

Goalkeeper Marwin Hitz leaves Borussia Dortmund at the end of the season. The Swiss announced this on Saturday morning at Instagram. Hitz switched from FC Augsburg to BVB four years ago. In his greatest success with the club, Hitz celebrated the DFB Cup victory in 2021. “Four years in black and yellow! Even if it wasn’t easy for me, I decided to accept a new challenge,” wrote Hitz.

The contract of the representative and compatriot of regular goalkeeper Gregor Kobel actually runs until 2023. In March the former number one Roman Bürki had already announced that he left BVB in summer and goes to St. Louis City SC from the MLS. Bürki, also Swiss, was also bound to BVB until 2023. The contract is terminated.

Bundesliga: Table before the 34th matchday

Square Team Sp. Tore Diff Pts.
1. Bayern Munich 33 95: 35 60 76
2. Borussia Dortmund 33 83: 51 32 66
3. Bayer Leverkusen 33 78: 46 32 61
4. RB Leipzig 33 71: 36 35 57
5th Freiburg 33 57: 44 13 55
6. Union Berlin 33 47: 42 5 54
7. Cologne 33 51: 47 4 52
8. Hoffenheim 33 57: 55 2 46
9. Mainz 05 33 48: 43 5 45
10. Borussia M’Gladbach 33 49: 60 -11 42
11. Bochum 33 36: 49 -13 42
12. Eintracht Frankfurt 33 43: 47 -4 41
13. Wolfsburg 33 41: 52 -11 41
14. Augsburg 33 37: 55 -18 35
15. Hertha BSC 33 36: 69 -33 33
16. Stuttgart 33 39: 58 -19 30
17. Arminia Bielefeld 33 26: 52 -26 27
18. Greuther Fürth 33 27: 80 -53 18

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