BVB sports director Michael Zorc has explained why Borussia Dortmund tries very much for Bavaria-defender Niklas Süle and look forward to the commitment: “We were busy with Siegel because he is one of the best German defenders,” said Zorc at RTL.
The fact helped the fact that the defensive player was “free-free on the market”, which is why it would have been “negligent”, “not to deal with it”. Süles contract at FC Bayern runs at the end of the season, which is why no transfer has to be paid.
Already Hans-Joachim Watzke had previously expressed himself against the frankfurter Rundschau for transfer. “We did not buy a player for Bayern. There were only arguments for this transfer. Niklas is in the best age, he is a regular player in the national team, has plenty of international experience and is free.”
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Prior to the announcement of the change, among other things, statements of ex-Bavaria-Boss Karl Heinz-Rummenigge had taken care of a stir, the Siegel called “useful players”, who “never really prevailed on his position”. “In the internal defense Bayern Munich is well occupied without him.” Bayern President Herbert Hainer said at the Pild that the change for Slee “no sporting rise” was.