BVB looking for a striker – Chelsea star “conceivable”


Borussia Dortmund could strike again on the transfer market in winter. Allegedly, BVB is looking for a striker – also because Donyell Malen, who is 30 million people, has so far disappointed across the board.

17 competitive appearances, one goal, two assists: Donyell Malen’s record in the BVB jersey has so far been extremely manageable. The 22-year-old Dutchman has not yet justified the investment of 30 million euros from the previous summer transfer period.

Most recently, the portal “The Athletic” revealed that club insiders were surprised at how far Malen lagged behind expectations in Dortmund and how big his adjustment problems in the Bundesliga are.

Although the BVB officials are said to have not given up hope of a breakthrough in the alleged transfer of the king, they apparently see an urgent need for action in the offensive area. Especially since the dependence on the currently injured striker Erling Haaland is immense.

BVB plant Winter-Transfer

According to “Sky” Borussia could therefore possibly strengthen itself again on the transfer market in winter. According to the report, the requirement profile is clearly defined: It should be a fast offensive force that can play both on the wings and in the storm center next to Haaland.

It would therefore be “conceivable” that BVB would loan Hakim Ziyech from Chelsea FC. The 28-year-old Moroccan international has recently been increasingly associated with Dortmund. According to “Sky” information, the Blues are ready to let him go on loan in January.

Hakim Ziyech previously traded at BVB

Ziyech moved from Ajax Amsterdam to London in 2020 for a whopping 40 million euros, but had so far missed the final breakthrough there. He is currently only part-time under team manager Thomas Tuchel.

Even before his transfer to Chelsea, Ziyech was traded at BVB. The rumors were not specific at the time, probably also because his strong performances for Ajax drove the transfer fee to ever greater heights.


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