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future open? This is how BVB plans with Raphael Guerreiro

Raphael Guerreiro is now one of the longest-serving professionals at Borussia Dortmund. He has been playing for BVB since 2016 and has always been one of the top performers when he is fit and healthy. No wonder Dortmund would like to extend their left winger again.

As stated in a report by the “Ruhr news“In other words, the BVB bosses have already approached the Portuguese, who still has a working paper in Dortmund until the summer of 2023.

Guerreiro is said to have been clearly conveyed that the black and yellow are aiming for an early contract extension. Similar to almost two and a half years ago, when the 2016 European champion was able to resist all advances from abroad and signed his second contract with the Westphalians.

Raphael Guerreiro frequently injured at BVB

The biggest shortcoming of Raphael Guerreiro is his susceptibility to injury. Sportingly in most cases beyond any doubt, he has been absent for years with muscular injuries.

In the last season and a half alone, he missed over 20 competitive games due to minor and major injuries, for example was not available in the important Champions League duels with Ajax Amsterdam, which ultimately ended in bitter defeats.

If the BVB plans work out with the introverted left foot, Guerreiro will continue to play in the black and yellow jersey for many years to come. The role of the attacking left-back under head coach Marco Rose suits the technically well-versed BVB star.

BVB: extension with a signal effect?

In twelve Bundesliga games so far this season, he has collected five points. As usual, an excellent value for a nominal defensive player, who, however, lets his tasks slip from time to time.

The club bosses of Dortmund Borussia hope that Guerreiro will also send a signal for further contract talks that will take place in the coming weeks. Above all, it is about the Erling Haaland personality, which has dominated the rumor mill for months.

But even in the talks with defensive colleagues Manuel Akanji and Dan-Axel Zagadou, BVB would have a stronger argument to offer if Raphael Guerreiro could continue to be kept in the club.

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