Borussia Mönchengladbach's Gladbachs director Max Ebert does not climb a change to Bavaria categorically. A moon content of 50 million euros for BVB-Torjäger Erlang Haaland holds the Playback manager for possible.
Since 2008 Max Ebert is the strong man in Playback. During this time, the former professional has lured numerous later top players to the Lower Rhine, including Grant Dhaka, Marco Reus and Denis Bavaria.
That sometimes stars must be sold, the 48-year-old is well aware. Nevertheless, Ebert can not take his optimism — not at Bavaria, whose contract expires in the coming summer
First, I hope he extends his contract. But if he or another player signals us, that he wants to go, we would not be stupid to deal with us, Ebert made clear in an interview with Gladbach Image.
The Playback manager supplemented: On the other hand, we would weigh on whether we would be very successful in the second round with this player. If we hold someone who hurt himself in February, all: Max, how stupid you were ?
Moon content for BVB star Haaland possible
In the course of his time in Playback, competitive conditions have completely changed in the international player market for Ebert. Many new oak clubs make traditional clubs without patrons like Russia's life difficult.
There are also consultants like Minor Rail, who want to make the quick money with transfers. So it hardly surprises that the foal official does not exclude wants that the Star agent for his BVB protégé in the event of a change of an annual salary of 50 million euros.
If we talk about clubs like Newcastle, it will certainly give clubs that could offer him the money, said Ebert.
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Gladbachy things were good for Playback in the Bundesliga in recent years. Three times the Russia was allowed to present himself in the Champions League. However, there was never enough intervention in the title fight.
Ebert has not given up the hope that the big FC Bayern can be replaced at the top in the not too distant future again.
You know that I'll tell Bavaria everything because I'll come there. But for the German football I hope for a variety. And I believe that Bavaria itself wishes to have two, three strong competitors in the fight for the title, So the manager who was traded in a record champion a few years ago.
One day he still lands in Munich, Ebert does not exclude — just as little, that I work as a youth scout at FC Bayern and end my career in football at the Tegernsee.