Due to the clever contractual situation of Hoffenheim player David Raum, a transfer fee is still freely negotiable this summer. The interest of two Premier League clubs could therefore be dangerous for Borussia Dortmund.
BVB transfer request on the brink: Due to the interest of two clubs from the Premier League in David Raum, the transfer request from Borussia Dortmund threatens to burst, reports the “Bild”. They should be willing to pay 40 million euros for the 24-year-old from TSG Hoffenheim – probably too much for BVB.
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BVB restricted due to room clause: The German national player still has a contract in Kraichgau until 2026, but the exit clause of 30 million euros that Dortmund is speculating on will only take effect in the summer of 2023. This summer, however, the transfer fee is purely a matter of negotiation – an advantage for English clubs.
BVB must first sell stars: In addition, Dortmund would first have to sell some of their players in order to have money for more newcomers. So far, however, none of the four top sales candidates Nico Schulz, Thorgan Hazard, Manuel Akanji and Raphael Guerreiro are about to change clubs.