Double pack Hofmann

    Borussia Mönchengladbach has thoroughly spoiled the return to the old place of work for its former coach Marco Rose. Borussia clearly won 3-0 (2-0) against Rose’s new club RB Leipzig on Saturday evening.

    A brace from national player Jonas Hofmann (10th minute/35th) and a goal by Ramy Bensebaini (53rd) ensured Gladbach’s deserved success, which moved up to sixth place in the Bundesliga. Leipzig, on the other hand, suffered their second defeat in their third competitive game under Rose and initially slipped to twelfth place.

    Gladbach expects transfer fee: Leipzig’s negotiations on Eberl “on the home stretch”

    Before the game, it became clear that an agreement between the two clubs on Max Eberl joining the cup winners from Saxony was imminent. . “We are on the home straight and assume that we will reach an agreement with Gladbach,” said RB managing director Oliver Mintzlaff on “Sky” about the status of the negotiations: “I hope that we will have a final decision in the next few days .”

    Gladbach’s sports director Roland Virkus also spoke of “negotiations on the home straight”. The new RB coach Marco Rose dealt with the subject of Eberl much more offensively when he returned to his old place of work: “I’m happy that he’s back, I’m also happy that we will work together because I’m Max out of time here.”

    Eberl, who according to “Kicker” will work as sports director at RB from January, has “almost single-handedly done great things” for Borussia for many years, said former Gladbach coach Rose, “I would therefore also like that one certain objectivity finds its way into the topic and one does not try to conjure up any crude conspiracy theories. In my opinion, they are borderline.”

    Rose addressed an open letter from the Mönchengladbach fan project, in which the former sporting director of Borussia was accused of “shabby” behavior because of the imminent move to the hated RB project. “You have to make a few things clear,” emphasized Mintzlaff: “I tried to make contact quite often – but he closed. There was no chance at all.” Only after the cup final did the first meeting take place, and then “the door opened a bit”. On Saturday, abusive posters against the former official could be seen in the Gladbach stadium.

    With the most expensive purchases and sales: Biggest deals from Gladbach’s ex-manager Eberl

    From 2009 to January 2022, Eberl was responsible for Gladbach’s transfers…

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    The most notable deals of this time are summarized here in the gallery.

    Marko Marin – In the club until 2009

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    Sold to Werder Bremen for €8.2m

    Marco Reus – At the club from 2009 to 2012

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    Bought from RW Ahlen for €1m, sold to Borussia Dortmund for €17.1m

    Oscar Wendt – In the club from 2011 to 2021

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    Came on a free transfer from Copenhagen, one of 18 players in Gladbach’s history with at least 300 appearances.

    Granit Xhaka – At the club from 2012 to 2016

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    Bought from FC Basel for €8.5m, sold to Arsenal for €45m (Most expensive sale in Gladbach history)

    Álvaro Domínguez – At the club from 2012 to 2016

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    Bought for €10m, Eberl’s first eight-figure transfer, Domínguez ended his career at Gladbach.

    Luuk de Jong – At the club from 2012 to 2014

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    Bought from Enschede for €12m, sold to Eindhoven for €7m (incl. rental fee) (at the time most expensive signing in Gladbach history)

    Max Kruse – In the club from 2013 to 2015

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    Bought for €2.5m. from Freiburg, sold to VfL Wolfsburg for €12m

    Marc-André ter Stegen – In the club until 2014

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    Sold to FC Barcelona for €12m

    Yann Sommer – in the club since 2014

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    Bought from FC Basel for €9m

    Lars Stindl – In the club since 2015

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    Bought by Hannover 96 for €3m

    Mahmoud Dahoud – At the club until 2017

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    Sold to Borussia Dortmund for €12m

    Fabian Johnson – At the club from 2014 to 2020

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    Came from Hoffenheim on a free transfer

    Jannik Vestergaard – At the club from 2016 to 2018

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    Bought from Werder Bremen for €12.5m, sold to Southampton FC for €25m

    Michaël Cuisance – At the club from 2017 to 2019

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    Bought by AS Nancy for €250,000, sold to FC Bayern for €8m

    Christoph Kramer – In the club since 2016

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    Bought by Bayer Leverkusen for €15m

    Matthias Ginter – In the club from 2017 to 2022

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    Bought from BVB for €17m, went to SC Freiburg on a free transfer

    Thorgan Hazard – At the club from 2014 to 2019

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    Bought for €8m (+1.5m loan fee) from Chelsea FC, sold to Borussia Dortmund for €25.5m

    Alassane Plea – With the club since 2018

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    Bought for €23m by OGC Nice (most expensive purchase and most valuable acquisition in Gladbach history)

    Stefan Lainer – In the club since 2019

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    Bought by Red Bull Salzburg in 2019 for €12.5m

    Denis Zakaria – With the club from 2017 to 2022

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    Bought from BSC Young Boys for €12m, went to Juventus for €8.60m

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