Former Eredivisie favorite Kevin Grosskreutz has commented on the situation at his former club. He wants to change staff.
Former BVB Professional Kevin Grosskreutz German club Borussia Dortmund would like to shed its image as a “continuous flow heater” for young professional footballers. “We have to be more than just a starting point for players who only want to stay for two years,” the former Bundesliga champion said online on Monday.
BVB: World Champion Kevin Großkreutz wants a change
The 33-year-old, who ended his professional career, called for a change to Marco Rose’s squad after a disappointing season. “I hope my friend Sebastian Keel (BVB sporting director from the summer, editor’s note) will do a good job. I would like to see four or five new players,” Groskreutz said, and called “the players on the field, maybe two or three of their youth.”
Marco Reus and Mats Hummels, whose contracts expire in the summer of 2023, should remain, in Groskreutz’s opinion: “You know how Dortmund plays and how people move here.” (dpa)
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