According to a media report, Borussia Dortmund can plan with goalkeeper Marcel Lotka for the new season. The disagreements between Lotka’s previous club Hertha BSC and BVB have been settled.
Lotka to BVB: Dortmund’s new sports director Sebastian Kehl and Hertha managing director Fredi Bobic have settled the dispute over goalkeeper Marcel Lotka out of court, as “Sport1” reported on Friday. Lotka will switch to Borussia next season. According to the report, the Berlin Bundesliga club has secured a resale clause.
From the Bundesliga to the 3rd division: Hertha had already announced the transfer of the 20-year-old goalkeeper, who is intended for the U23 selection of Dortmund in the 3rd division, as perfect on March 1st. The Hertha reserve goalkeeper at the time, whose contract in Berlin expires at the end of this season, had just made his Bundesliga debut.
Clause trick doesn’t help: The Polish junior national keeper convinced and worked his way up the hierarchy from the original number five to number one in the Berlin goal as the season progressed. Hertha then tried to avert the departure by drawing a clause. But Bobic had also announced that they wanted to clarify the issue with BVB.
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