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Lutz Pfannenstiel to leave Fortuna Düsseldorf at the end of the season!

Fortuna Düsseldorf’s sports director Lutz Pfannenstiel has asked the clubs supervisory board for an early termination of the contract for private reasons. Accordingly, the 46-year-old will leave Fortuna on May 31, 2020. His successor will be the current director of scouting and team planning Uwe Klein, who will be appointed …

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Emre Can signs Borussia Dortmund permanent deal until 2024!

Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund have reached an agreement with Italian record champions Juventus FC over the permanent transfer of Germany international Emre Can. Emre Can only joined Borussia Dortmund in the January transfer window on loan from Juventus FC and the 26-year-old’s loan deal ends in June 2020. And after …

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2020 DFL Economic Report: Bundesliga revenue exceeds €4 billion for the first time!

In the 2018-19 season, the revenue generated by the 18 Bundesliga clubs exceeded €4 billion for the first time. Total revenue of €4.02 billion represents a 5.4 per cent increase on the previous season, as well as the 15th successive year of record revenue. The clubs of Bundesliga 2, whose …

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Virtual Bundesliga International Series kicks off in Spring 2020!

The DFL is taking the next step in expanding its eFootball tournaments across the world as it launches the Virtual Bundesliga (VBL) International Series 2020. As part of the competition online and offline tournaments will take place in multiple countries as they aim to identify the top players from Asia …

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PSG overtake Manchester City as club with greatest financial power!

Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) is the club with the greatest financial power in world football according to the Soccerex Football Finance 100, the annual report from football business experts Soccerex, which uses bespoke methodology to evaluate and rank the world’s top 100 clubs according to their finances. The 2020 edition sees …

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Bundesliga International agrees four-year extension with NENT for Nordic region!

The Bundesliga International has announced that Nordic Entertainment Group (NENT Group), the Nordic region’s leading streaming company, has extended its exclusive pan-Nordic media rights for the German league until 2025. Bundesliga International is a subsidiary of the DFL Deutsche Fußball Liga which, among other things, markets the audiovisual media rights …

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Jürgen Klinsmann resigns as Hertha BSC head coach!

Former Germany international Jürgen Klinsmann has resigned as the head coach of Bundesliga side Hertha BSC from the German capital. And what made the move surprising is that Klinsmann announced his departure on his own Facebook page without the club having any knowledge of the move, but also stating that …

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