🗞️ Topics of the day: BVB rejected B04 stars, Tel reacts to DFB advertising

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Did BVB reject Bayer stars?


At Bayer Leverkusen, Victor Boniface and Granit Xhaka are thriving and are two of the faces of the current success story. Both stars were also offered to Borussia Dortmund this summer, reports ‘SportBild’. But the BVB rejected it for various reasons.

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Tel reacts to DFB rumors


Germany rather than France? DFB sports director Rudi Völler had considered the possibility of asking Mathys Tel if he was considering changing his nationality. But it came to nothing as the Bayern star rejected the DFB with a clear commitment to France.

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How much does Guirassy cost in winter?


Serhou Guirassy broke the next Bundesliga record this weekend. No one has managed 13 goals after seven games before. But how long can the Swabians keep their super striker? From 35 million euros, VfB could weaken, according to ‘Sport Bild’.

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New job for Rooney


Wayne Rooney recently left his coaching role at DC United in the American MLS. The former England international has now found a new job in his home country. He joined Birmingham in the English second division, where he replaced the previously dismissed John Eustace.

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What does Gündoğan think of the trip to the United States?

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The DFB team’s trip to the United States had attracted a lot of criticism. “You have to develop a feeling for each other, that only happens when you spend several days together,” said captain Ilkay Gündoğan and called the trip “not bad at all.” The German national team will play test matches against the United States and Mexico.

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