Borussia Dortmund (Germany) midfielder Julian Brandt (26) has signed a new contract. Rumors came one after another that he could leave this summer after receiving interest from Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur (above England), but in the end it was confirmed that he would stay.
After signing a new contract until June 2026 on the 11th (Korean time), Brandt said on the official website, “Even after 4 years, as a member of Dortmund, I will still play on the ground with my colleagues and play football with fans who support me passionately.” “I’m looking forward to the future, and I’m sure we can create a place where everyone can enjoy the joy together with winning,” he said.
Brandt is a midfielder카지노사이트 who left Bayer Leverkusen (Germany) in 2019 and wore a Dortmund uniform. He has been playing an active role in the first season since his transfer, and has the versatility to play anywhere in the second line, and is good at generating offensive points with creative play and accurate kicks. He has posted 29 goals and 30 assists in 162 career games so far.
In particular, his performance this season is dazzling. Brandt scored nine goals and provided five assists in 35 games across all competitions. In February of last year, he led Dortmund’s upward trend by operating the scorer in 4 consecutive games and leaped into a clear ‘ace’. He even praised the performance locally.
In the midst of this performance, Brandt received attention from multiple clubs such as Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur until last month. In particular, the possibility of a transfer was raised, hinting that his contract period is about a year away until June 2024, and that he has plans to take on a new challenge in the English Premier League (EPL).
Brandt, however, shook off a lot of attention and decided to continue accompanying Dortmund by signing a new contract. If you stick to the terms of his contract, he’ll be with you for seven years. In the process, it is observed that the annual salary, which was originally 4 million euros (approximately 5.7 billion won), was raised almost twice.