BVB – Has Augsburg-goalkeeper Rafal Gikiewicz betray the change from Nico Schlotterbeck to Borussia Dortmund?

Does Rafal Gikiewicz, Torwart des FC Augsburg, reveal the change from Freiburg Nico Schlotterbeck to BVB? In any case, a tweet of the Poland could be interpreted.

The Polish journalist Tomasz Urban had written at Twitter by a report of the Kicker, after which Freiburg’s domestic defending Nico Schlotterbeck is again a topic of Bayern München.

Gikiewicz, who played together with Schlotterbeck’s brother in the 2019/20 season at Union Berlin, answered the Tweet as follows: “Nico goes to BVB !!”

This quickly made the lap and was shared several times and retwet. Five hours later, Gikiewicz responded and wrote: “I forgot to add the emoticon.” He did so immediately in duplicate: a thinking face followed with joy tears.

Schlotterbeck has been a topic for a long time at the Dortmundern. According to information of SKY and SPORT1, there was a meeting between him as well as Marco Rose and Sebastian Kehl before the next March. His future, the national player finally left open again and again. Sport1 reported that the SC Freiburg recall around 25 million euros, while BVB is available at a maximum of 20 million euros.

In the coming summer, the black and yellow may have a greater upheaval. In addition to Manuel Akanji, who has not renewed his 2023 expiring contract, Dan-Axel Zagadou and Wolfsburg Launching Marin Pongracic are also a change. In return, the transfer of Niklas Süle is already fixed by FC Bayern Munich.

Schlotterbeck, whose contract is running at the SCF until 2023, comes to 31 compulsory matches and four goals this season.

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