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BVB faces competition for the 70 million star

Borussia Dortmund is said to have found what they were looking for in Portugal when they were looking for possible reinforcements. According to a recent report, a FC Porto player is said to have aroused BVB interest. However, the black and yellow receive competition from England and Spain.

As “Oh Jogo“, Borussia Dortmund was among the clubs to scout Luis Díaz from FC Porto on Sunday. The leaders hosted FC Famalicao at their own stadium. Díaz played 79 minutes and scored the 3-1 Success the goal for the interim 2:0.

The left winger has already scored 14 goals in 18 games in Portugal’s top division – a remarkable number. Díaz’s strong performances are obviously not only noticed by BVB. According to the further report, Manchester United and Atlético Madrid were also among the observers at the weekend.

According to the “Guardians” Tottenham Hotspur is also hot for Díaz. However, the Londoners are probably rebuffed with an offer of 45 million euros at FC Porto.

Would BVB have to pay more than 70 million euros?

Most recently, the 25-year-old has also been linked to Liverpool FC. The problem: According to “Liverpool Echo”, the transfer fee for Díaz should be over 70 million euros. While the top English clubs could probably still afford such a deal, BVB would in all likelihood have to pass with this amount.

In any case, the Colombian still has a contract with FC Porto until 2024. As a result, the club from the coastal city is not forced to make a quick sale and, on the other hand, should first listen to all offers in peace.

So far this season, Díaz has not only impressed in the Primeira Liga, but also in the Champions League. The South American scored two goals in the group stage, but it wasn’t enough to advance. FC Porto was only third in the hammer group with FC Liverpool, Atlético Madrid and AC Milan and thus competed in the second half of the season like BVB in the Europa League.

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