Borussia Dortmund have made a decision to extend Ousmane Dembele's suspension until further notice as he continues to be unsettled by interest from Barcelona.
Today, it appears that Borussia Dortmund have extended the ban.
Their CEO, Hans-Joachim Watzke, then indicated that Dortmund are not ruling out a sale, with the Bundesliga club reported to be seeking a fee of at least €130m.
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Peter Madsen affirme pour sa part avoir laissé la journaliste sur l'île de Refshaleoen jeudi soir après l'interview. La trace du bâtiment a finalement été retrouvée vendredi, à une cinquantaine de kilomètres de Copenhague.
And Bosz has revealed Dembele's future should be clearer by Sunday, when the club will provide an update after holding talks to decide their next move when their cup tie is over.
"He is a versatile player, with a lot of physical and technical qualities, and very fast in addition", claimed Xavi when speaking to Eurosport. This means two things: he has all the future ahead of him, but he will have to demonstrate that he also has the mental strength to impose himself in a club as demanding as Barça. But with his qualities, the club must take a risk on him.
The former Wolfsburg winger has been linked with Man Utd for many months, but Inter have constantly played hard ball with the negotiations, and have refused to move from their asking price of £50m.
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