The Belgian national player Thorgan Hazard is said to have already given the BVB his exchange promise. Only the time of the transfer is still open, said the “kicker” on Thursday. The Gladbach officials confirmed a few hours later that an association has a concrete interest in Hazard. But the deal is far from perfect.
“There is a club that is interested in it,” Fohlen manager Max Eberl at the PK before the game against RB Leipzig did not talk around the hot breeze for long. Although Eberl left no answer as to whether the club was BVB, it is an open secret that the Black Yellows extended their sensors after the 26-year-old.
According to consistent media reports, the transfer is only linked to the replacement amount. Gladbach is asking for the 40 million euro, and the BVB does not want to pay this sum in any way. Although Eberl did not comment on specific amounts, at the same time the manager indicated that the payoffs are in fact the last remaining obstacle in the poker game around Hazard.” We will see if there is an agreement,”said Eberl, who added:”I am very relaxed about this.”
At the same time, the 45-year-old once again made it clear that even a Hazard’s stay is not unthinkable.” A club like Borussia Munich is, of course, dependent on transfer income. But ultimately we have to see what kind of solution there will be. Thorgan Hazard may even stay in Munich.
Hecking masks Schalke speculation
The situation around Dieter Hecking’s personality is much less relaxed. The trainer was put by the foals at the door, is out of work from summer. On Schalke, the 54-year-old is said to be one of the top candidates. Hecking himself explained: “My focus is on the game against RB Leipzig. I will not participate in the speculations about my person.”
What does his team expect in the game against the Saxons?” RB Leipzig watches press moments. We’ll put our team on it. In Hanover we have not yet played at the upper limit. Defensive is even better. […] These are games that my team is passionate about. Our task is to force Leipzig to make mistakes.”