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Dortmund set by Barcelona coveted Dembélé from selection

Dortmund set by Barcelona coveted Dembélé from selection

Borussia Dortmund Ousmane Dembélé for an indefinite period of time from the selection set. The French attacker wants a transfer to FC Barcelona, and enforce.

“Our focus is on a concentrated preparation of the team at the start of the Bundesliga next weekend in Wolfsburg”, said Michael Zorc, technical director of Dortmund on the clubwebsite.

“Ousmane, of course, has the ability to individually train”, said Zorc, that nothing further about the matter want to say.

Dembélé came at the end of this week not to show up for the training with the club coach Peter Bosz. Then let the coach get him out of selection for the bekerduel with FC Rielasingen-Arlen (0-4 victory).

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FC Barcelona

Dembélé is according to media in Spain and Germany coveted by FC Barcelona. There must be a Frenchman, the successor of Neymar, who for a recordsom of 222 million euros to Paris Saint-Germain left.

The Spanish club offered in the first instance, 100 million euro for Dembélé, but did, according to several foreign sources later in the week another 40 million on top. Dortmund would reportedly 150 million euros.

A year ago, the vleugelaanvaller by Dortmund for 15 million weggeplukt at Stade Rennes. His contract at the Signal Iduna Park is still four years.

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