Sebastian Kehl wants to give a new impetus in his future role as a Football Bundesligas director of the Football Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund “creating new energy in the team, breaking a few encrusted structures in the squad, raising new competition”.
This said the 42-year-old, who rises to the successor of Michael Zorc on 1 July, in the interview with the “Süddeutsche Zeitung”.
“A ‘just keep doing so,’ I’ve said that a few weeks ago, it can not give it anymore,” the previous license plate managed: “And for that you need a few new, fresh players, the dynamics within the team change.”
Generally looking for the BVB on the transfer market after speed in the offensive area and a certain goal at home, “especially since we can not exclude that we ultimately lose Erling Haaland.”
With regard to the Norwegian goalkeeper Haaland, which may allegedly leave the BVB for a fixed transfer fee of 75 million euros in the summer, stressed Kehl: “There is really nothing new. No club is approaching us.” But that it will not take forever until Haaland’s future is decided, is clear. “
On a radical conversion after the season, Kehl did not want to define: “Above all stands: Borussia Dortmund stands to his contracts. That’s why I have to say: may be that at the end only two players leave us.” It could “be good and is it even likely that there will be several transfer periods to implement our ideas.”
Kehl hopes for more BVB players in the DFB team
The fact that the BVB in Marco Rose has already found the right trainer for these ideas is except for the 2002 vice world champion. Roses football philosophy is at the table-second “so far may not arrive as soon as she could not get it. But that will come,” says Kehl, who wants to see more Dortmund in the German national team in the medium term.
This must “be the BVB claim”, said the 42-year-old: “We have some who were already at Hansi Flick. They have to be sure to get there again.” For the recent international matches against Israel and in the Netherlands Julian Brandt was the only nominated Dortmund.