Bayern have been dominating the Bundesliga for as long as we can remember and with their current crop of players it’s difficult to see how any team can knock the German giants off their perch at the moment, not just nationally but also in Europe. However, Dortmund are also gathering a squad that might potentially be up for challenging for the title again since they last won it in 2012 under the supervision of Jurgen Klopp.
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Dortmund have always had an impressive transfer policy in which they will scout player early whilst they have bags of potential and then sell them at a high price and the re-invest in the team and the cycle continues. Examples of this include getting the likes of Christian Pulisic from PA Classics in America on a free transfer and then selling to Chelsea for approximately £57.6 million and re-investing this money into Erling Braut Haaland and Jadon Sancho who are currently their star players.
The latest signing that they have made that fits this model is that of 17-year-old Englishman Jude Bellingham who joined the Yellow Wall from Birmingham City in the summer. Bellingham has a seriously bright future and one that is projected to turn into a big move back to England in the future.
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Although Dortmund might always be considered as a selling club, on their day, they certainly have the ability to play at the elite level and even turn over a lot of top-quality sides. With the likes of Erling Braut Haaland and Jadon Sancho in their attack when they are on song, they can be seriously frightening and sometimes impossible to play against due to the fluidity that they play with.
Although they have this type of quality, unfortunately at the moment we don’t believe that the team or squad is on the level of Munich’s and will take some time and investment to get back to the heights of 2012 regardless of the quality that they possess at the moment.