The winter transfer window is closed. But even in the transfer-free period, the rumor mill is churning. SPOX has for you the transfer rumors on February 6th.
For a long time, the hotly sought-after BVB star was considered a dream transfer from Real Madrid. But the royals are apparently worried that the 19-year-old could slip through their fingers. That reports The Athletic. Accordingly, it is considered more likely in Madrid that Bellingham will switch to the financially stronger English competition in the summer. Manchester City and Liverpool FC in particular have recently been traded as interested parties.
However, Bellingham has apparently not yet given up completely. Spanish media recently reported that the Madrilenians should work hard to financially meet Bellingham’s commitment. Bellingham is still under contract with BVB until 2025 and has no exit clause. In the event of a departure, Dortmund should hope for a fee of 100 to 120 million euros.
A move to a top European club did not materialize for the offensive player before the end of the transfer window. Nevertheless, a farewell to AS Roma should still be an issue.
As the Gazzetta dello Sport reports Galatasaray could become the 23-year-old’s new club. Accordingly, Zaniolo had already given the top Turkish club a verbal commitment. The transfer window in Turkey is still open until February 8th, so a change could still be made.
According to various media reports, the former coach of VfB Stuttgart is apparently being discussed at TSG Hoffenheim as a successor to André Breitenreiter. The Kraichgauer apparently separated from their coach on Sunday evening, but there is still no official confirmation.
Matarazzo is an old acquaintance in Hoffenheim: Before his time at VfB, he was U17 coach in Kraichgau from 2017 to 2019 and later assistant to boss Julian Nagelsmann.
Randal Kolo Muani & Jesper Lindstrom
The ex-sports director of Eintracht Frankfurt, Bruno Hübner, suggested that the two offensive players stay with the SGE. “Both are young and really good, the way is open to them. In my opinion, they should stay at least one more season,” said Hübner table football.
“Everyone who left experienced a drop in performance afterwards. In this environment, it is desirable for development to continue for another year and mature,” Hübner continued. Kolo Muani is tied to Frankfurt until 2027, Lindstrom’s contract runs until 2026.
Even after the huge fuss surrounding his club-critical interviews, captain Manuel Neuer is not thinking of leaving Bayern Munich early. He reports that table football. Accordingly, the 36-year-old wants to fulfill his contract with the German record champions, which runs until 2024.
It is said that Neuer will face the competition after recovering from his broken leg. Bayern currently have his representative Yann Sommer (until 2025) and substitute Sven Ulreich (until 2024) under contract alongside him. In addition, Alexander Nübel (until 2025) could return to the Isar for the new season after his loan to AS Monaco.
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With the 20-year-old offensive player, the signs are goodbye. Again table football reported, both VfB Stuttgart and the player himself are said to be only partially satisfied with the joint cooperation.
In addition, the Swabians should hardly be able to finance the required purchase option of 15 million euros. Tomás was loaned out by Sporting Lisbon for a year and a half in January 2022.
Bayern sports director Hasan Salihamidzic has expressed skepticism about a permanent commitment from the Portuguese beyond the summer. “We made it clear to him that this sum is difficult for us to imagine in the next few years,” said FCB sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic Picture.
Nevertheless, the 46-year-old left a back door open: “But I also learned that if all sides absolutely want a joint solution, you can manage it in the end. He knows that he has been one of our dream players for years.” According to media reports, the purchase option for Cancelo is around 70 million euros.
Werder Bremen have extended the contract with midfielder Christian Groß, which expires in the summer, by another year until 2024. “Grosso has made an incredible development in the almost four years that he has been part of the professional squad. He is an important part of our team both on the pitch and in the dressing room,” said Werder scouting manager Clemens Fritz.