Borussia Dortmund are threatened with a negative record at the end of the season, which is currently parked at FC Schalke 04. A central defender is leaving BVB and in the last home game against Hertha BSC, some players are being said goodbye. Not everyone can play.
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BVB, News: Zagadou leaves BVB
He came as a big promise for the defense, he now leaves as a player who showed signs but was never able to fulfill the promise: Dan-Axel Zagadou. The Frenchman leaves Dortmund at the end of the season. “We had a very open conversation with each other and came to the decision not to extend his contract,” said Dortmund’s future sporting director Sebastian Kehl. Ruhr news.
Zagadou arrived from Paris Saint-Germain in 2017 and brought all the qualities to eventually become a top player, but ongoing injuries halted the 22-year-old defender’s development. In the fall of 2020, he received a torn ligament, in early 2021 a torn muscle fiber, and the following fall, he underwent knee surgery. But Zagadou does not have to worry about his future. There are likely to be several lucrative interests throughout Europe.
BVB, News: Dortmund “chases” Schalke record
On the last match day of the season, BVB is no longer about anything. Or is it? But such a thing. Because Borussia Dortmund have already conceded 51 goals. In the history of the Bundesliga, there have only been two teams that conceded several goals as runners-up. On the one hand FC Schalke 04 in the season 1976/1977 and on the other hand Borussia Mönchengladbach 1973/1974.
Both clubs conceded 52 goals in each, making them sad record holders. Should BVB concede two or more goals against Hertha BSC, rival Schalke would be replaced as second place in the shooting hall. For opponents Hertha, after all, it’s about staying up in the league and therefore one can certainly be prepared for stormy guests.
BVB, News: This is how BVB says goodbye to its departures
The last Bundesliga home game is traditionally also a farewell to the players who leave the club. BVB says goodbye to seven players against Hertha BSC on Saturday, but not everyone gets the chance to play one last time at Signal-Iduna-Park.
Marcel Schmelzer, for example, who has not been to team training for four months. Roman Bürki could only hope for a few minutes if the match were to be decided. At Axel Witsel, the chances of a starting student are great. This also applies to Dan-Axel Zagadou. A maximum of one replacement is possible with loaners Marin Pongracic and Reinier.