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Borussia Dortmund to put Aubameyang up for sale in January – Bundesliga 2017/2018

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Borussia Dortmund to put Aubameyang up for sale in January

Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang celebrates

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Graeme Jackson

Monday Nov 27, 2017. 15:00


Borussia Dortmund will reportedly put Gabon star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang up for sale in the January transfer window.

It emerged over the weekend that Aubameyang has decided to leave BVB and has reportedly told his representatives to secure a move “as quickly as possible”.

BILD reports that Dortmund bosses will acquiesce to the player’s wishes, having been fighting a losing battle to keep the Panthers forward happy.

They will listen to offer starting from 60-million Euros in the New Year, alerting Premier League giants such as Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea.

Aubameyang notably has a strong relationship with current Reds boss Jurgen Klopp, who worked with the player at Dortmund.

The German giants are already seeking a replacement and have been linked with moves for Jonathan Bamba (St Etienne), Moussa Dembele (Celtic) and Kasper Dolberg (Ajax).

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Juve undecided on Asamoah sale – Galatasaray president – 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers – Africa

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Graeme Jackson

Thursday Aug 17, 2017. 17:00


Juventus are undecided over whether to sell Kwadwo Asamoah to Galatasaray, according to the Turkish club’s president Dursun Ozbek.

The Ghana veteran has been strongly linked with a move to Istanbul, where it is believed he will see more playing time than he has managed at Juve for the past couple of seasons.

However, when speaking to NTV about Asamoah, Ozbek said: “Galatasaray SK have initiatives for the Ghanaian player whilst Juventus are undecided.”

Asamoah has become more of a ‘squad’ player than a first-team regular at the Italian champions, having battled against a series of injuries in the past two years.

Yet with Juventus having sold Mario Lemina and Tomas Rincon, the Ghanaian’s presence may still be required by coach Max Allegri, hence their indecision over a sale.

The versatile Black Stars player joined the Turin club from Udinese on 2012 and has helped them win five consecutive Serie A titles.

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Naby Keita not for sale – RB Leipzig – 2019 Africa Cup of Nations Qualifiers

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Graeme Jackson

Tuesday Jul 18, 2017. 18:00


Guinean midfielder and Liverpool transfer target Naby Keita is not for sale, Red Bull Leipzig have stated once again.

The 22-year-old has emerged as one of the most sought after transfer targets following a superb season for RBL, in which he helped them to a surprise runners-up finish in the Bundesliga.

Liverpool have been the most strident in their pursuit of the Guinea player, with Sky Sports in Germany reporting that Leipzig have already rejected a bid of more than £57-million from the Reds.

Jurgen Klopp’s side is expected to return with another offer this week and Keita is interested in the prospect of a move to the Premier League.

Yet RBL remain adamant that their midfield dynamo is not leaving, especially with their first UEFA Champions League campaign on the table.

“It’s a huge compliment for us that we awoke such desires, but it’s not the general idea of our path to allow players a transfer following the first available offer,” said Leipzig head coach Ralph Hasenhuttl.

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Jwaneng Galaxy’s Sesinyi & Setsile not for sale

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Jwaneng Galaxy's Sesinyi & Setsile not for sale

Thabang Sesinyi of Botswana challenged by Chris Katjiukua of Namibia during the 2016 Cosafa Cup Quarterfinals match between Botswana and Namibia at Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek Namibia on 18 June, 2016 ©Muzi Ntombela/BackpagePix

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Austin Ditlhobolo

Friday Jul 07, 2017. 19:00


Botswana side Jwaneng Galaxy have made it clear that Township Rollers targets Thero Setsile and Thabang Sesinyi are not for sale.

Rollers are expected to beef up their squad ahead of this year’s Bokone Bophirima Maize Cup in Orkney, South Africa.

Setsile and Sesinyi, who are Botswana internationals, helped Galaxy clinch their first ever Mascom Top 8 Cup trophy during the 2016/17 season.

Galaxy club chairman Njabulo Gilika has since confirmed that Rollers and their rivals Gaborone United (GU) have made their enquiries regarding the two players.

“Yes there have been interest from GU and Rollers, but nothing has followed,” Gilika told Mmegi Sport.

“We made them aware that the players are still contracted to the club and our position has been clear that they are not up for sale.”

Rollers have already signed South African midfielder Tshepo Matete. The winger was on the books of Absa Premiership side Baroka FC last season.

Nicknamed Popa Popa, Rollers are scheduled to face South African giants Kaizer Chiefs in the Maize Cup semi-final encounter.

The winner will face Free State Stars or Platinum Stars in the final. All matches will be played at the James Motlatsi Stadium on the 15th of July 2017.

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