On the edge of the defeat of Borussia Dortmund against FC Bayern (1: 3), BVB Zorcs director Michael Zorc has given insights into his last months on the duty for the Black Yellow and also expresses the Causa Erling Haaland.
After the season, Michael Zorc will take off as a Zorcs chief at Borussia Dortmund. The 59-year-old is in pure, as he explained with “Sky”. “It’s a decision that is matured over a long period of time and that I have thought well. Now it’s over after the season. If it goes to the last games, you will be wistful,” Zorc said.
In addition to his personal fate, the Zorcs director of Borussia also looked at the future of BVB striker Erling Haaland, which has been integrally associated with a transfer to Manchester City for weeks.
“A change from Erling Haaland to the Premier League would not be absolutely surprising for us,” Zorc let out that it may only be a matter of time until the transfer is officially made. To get loose the Norwegian top runner from Dortmund, the Citizens would have to activate the exit clause of Haaland. This is heard after 75 to 90 million euros.
In addition to Haaland Zorc also commented on other speculation. Finally, it was said, among other things, that Nico Schlotterbeck will change from the SC Freiburg in summer to BVB.
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“I’ve read a lot, which we have already done everything and which transfers were fix,” Zorc said, and added: “So far we realized a transfer and that is Niklas Sule. He will come and we’ll be happy about it Others is in conversations and is launched. “
In addition to Schlotterbeck, the change of Karim Adeyemi from Red Bull Salzburg is considered safe. But even here Zorc did not look into the cards. “He’s a player we know well and we do not find bad,” said the 59-year-old who wants to “follow the games of my BVB after his exit in the summer.”
However, he has to travel to the weekends sometimes what I could not do for the last 40 years, “said Zorc, whose tasks will take over the previous license positioners and former BVB professional Sebastian Kehl in the future.