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Atlético Madrid jersey sponsors 

Following this weekend, El Clásico between Barcelona and Real Madrid at the Camp Nou, the derby that dominates the media landscape around the world.

The Camp Nou will once again be the focus of attention for an audience of millions of people on world television, in what will surely be another show full of action and surprise full of El Clásico.

Two great football teams apart from Manchester United in terms of valuation, Real Madrid with a value of £ 1.127 billion and Barcelona of 1.082 billion will face this Sunday for the greatest football rivalry on planet earth.

Four points separate them in the table; a victory for Real Madrid will reduce the points to one and the defeat against Barcelona could mean more loss to Julen Lopetegui, who has faced great pressure in the last month.

While Barcelona is ahead in the LaLiga table, Real Madrid dominates Barcelona in jersey merchandise.

According to the data of the leading price comparison website in Spain regarding the merchandise demand of Barcelona and Real Madrid.

The results showed Real Madrid as the team whose shirts have more demand than their rivals Barcelona, ​​in a figure of 49.8 percent.

The trophy of the 13th European Cup of Real Madrid caused a large increase in demand in May, 2018, with a 195 percent increase in sales.

Real Madrid suffered a blow from the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo to Italian Juventus Seria A, as sales of T-shirts decreased significantly by 88.3 percent.

In light of this, the sales of shirts of the rivals of Barcelona increased 63 percent between July and August of 2018.

Barcelona led online sales with Madrid in second place, followed by Atlético, Sevilla and Valencia.

The El Clasico 2017 games generated more than $ 40 million in media value for the sponsors; Television broadcasts represent less than half of that figure.

The combined value of TV and social networks of the last Classic in December 2016 generated around $ 42.5 million for the sponsors. Live TV broadcasts accounted for 43% ($ 18.5 million) of the total figure, and social networks accounted for 12%. In Spain, social networks delivered the same amount of media value ($ 5.1 million) as the television news coverage of the country in the game.

“With social media adding more than $ 5 million in total value to sponsors, this shows how critical it has become,” said Max Barnett, head of digital at Nielsen Sports.

Its value varies depending on where a sponsor’s team plays, so rights holders must be able to adapt from one game to another. As a local team in the last match, with associated brands throughout the Nou Camp, FC Barcelona generated 87% ($ 37.4 million) of the total value of the sponsorship, while Real Madrid accounted for 13% ($ 5.1 million).

Barnett maintained the importance of social networks for a visiting team as a tool to generate value for partners when there is no possibility of exposure through the traditional advertising inventory in the stadium. “

Such was the case of Real Madrid on the last occasion when 41% ($ 1.7 million) of the total media generated for its sponsors came from the club’s social platforms: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube. Between the two teams, the most valuable social media publication was the video of the “Final of full time” of Barcelona on Facebook Live, which was seen by more than 4.3 million viewers and generated more than $ 186,000 for the sponsoring brands.

Facebook Live was used effectively in the preparation, during and after the match of El Clásico, generating 27 million visits in more than five hours of content transmitted by the two teams.

The growing and fluctuating value of social media for sponsors has fragmented the media landscape, something that, according to Barnett, has left brands and rights owners struggling to understand the value of their associations and highlights why a “measurement unified is so important. “

The digital director of Barcelona, ​​Russell Stopford, agreed with Barnett’s emphasis on the need for a better understanding of the value of social networks.

“Being able to see the value that our content provides to fans and partners is essential for FC Barcelona and social networks are a key part of that,” said Stopford. “Understanding what that value is and what important media channels it comes from is also vital and increasingly important to us as our global reach continues to grow.”

Even without Cristiano Ronaldo playing for the Santiago Bernabau team and the recent fall in the performance

Atlético Madrid Top Scorers

Antoine Griezmann:  253 Minutes  per goal- Goals scored- 1011 Minutes  played-4 Assists.
Ángel Correa: 221 Minutes per goal- Goals scored- 442 Minutes  played- 1 Assists.
Thomas Lemar:  289 Minutes per goal- Goals scored- 578 Minutes played-1 Assists.
Koke: 507 Minutes per goal- Goals scored- 1014 minutes played- 1 Assists .
Diego Costa: 249 Minutes per goal- Goals scored-249 Minutes played- 1 Assists.
Borja Garcés: 19 Minutes per goal- Goals scored-19 Minutes played- 0 Assists.
José Giménez: 135 Minutes per goal-Goals scored- 135 Minutes  played- 0 Assists.
Filipe Luís: 688 Minutes per goal- Goals scored- 688 Minutes played- 0 Assists.
Thomas Partey: 376 minutes per goal-1 Goals scored-376 minutes played- 1 Assists

Atlético Madrid Top Players

Axel Witsel (r.) He was one of the outstanding artists of Borussia Dortmund in a memorable European night against Atlético de Madrid by Diego Simeone. © Moto / Christof Koepsel. Atlético de Madrid’s head coach, Diego Simeone, had a lot of praise for Borussia Dortmund after Lucien Favre’s team scored an amazing 4-0 victory over the Spaniards to get three points ahead of Group A of the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday.

“They were superior,” said the Argentine, who suffered his biggest loss in Atlético’s 391 competitive games since taking over the club in 2011. “I have to congratulate Dortmund, I loved the way they played. Fast, precise and had a clear objective […] Dortmund had a great game. “
“I hope they keep playing like that because it’s so nice to watch,” Simeone continued. “We can comment on the final score, but the result is so heavy that it does not make sense to find an explanation.”

Diego Simeone
Diego Simeone

Axel Witsel’s deviated shot in the first half paved the way for the win, but it was Dortmund’s display in the second 45 minutes that surprised his visitors. Substitute Raphael Guerreiro completed a wide team movement to make it 2-0, before the last attacks of Jadon Sancho and another of Guerreiro sealed a victory that made the rest of the continent sit down and take note.

In fact, former Dortmund boss and current head coach of Liverpool, Jürgen Klopp, turned his head by the result, even though his team recorded their own 4-0 victory at the same time over the Red Star of Belgrade : “Without disrespect to the Red Star and our victory, but what Dortmund did against Atlético is incredible”.

Favre’s charges then go against Hertha Berlin in the 9th round of the Bundesliga this weekend and will face Atlético in the Spanish capital on November 6.

Diego Simeone emphasised the importance of Diego Costa ahead of the Atletico Madrid striker’s potential return against Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League.

Diego Costa
Diego Costa

Costa has been sidelined with a hamstring injury but the Spain international is in the squad for Wednesday’s Group A trip to in-form Bundesliga side Dortmund.

The 30-year-old has struggled for form this season, the former Chelsea star is yet to score in LaLiga, though he did find the net in Atletico’s 2-1 triumph over Monaco in Europe.

Atlético Madrid Top Stories

Diego Costa sent off on his first La Liga game back at Atletico Madrid after completing £57m move from Chelsea

This could be the best diego of the six minutes of football in history.

The angry former Chelsea striker was sent off 69 minutes in his return from La Liga against Getafe in a crazy six-minute spell.

The 29-year-old scored in his first league game twice, Atleti’s advantage, but got a second yellow for jumping into the crowd at the Vicente Calderón and received his marching order.

Djene de Getafe, but appeared momentarily when he had a yellow card after having doubled the home team advantage.

He celebrated his goal by walking towards local fans and always showed his second yellow card from referee Jose Munuera in potentially the most Diego Costa thing that has ever happened.

It was a bit hard since he did not really enter the crowd;

It was his second goal after returning, having scored on Wednesday in a Copa del Rey match at Lleida Esportiu.

The former Spanish international had to return to Atletico, the team he left to join Chelsea for £ 32 million in 2014, after fighting with Blues boss Antonio Conte.

He has not played a single minute for the Blues campaign and his £ 30m move back to Atlético

He won the Premier League twice during his three years at Stamford Bridge, scoring 59 goals, but was best remembered for his collisions with the pitch and the confrontations with opposing players.

His last match for Chelsea was the final of the FA Cup of 2017, where he scored a draw in the final only for Aaron Ramsey who won it three times later.

Top Scorers Sll Time

120: Cristiano Ronaldo (POR, Manchester United, Real Madrid)

103: Lionel Messi (ARG, Barcelona)

71: Raúl González (ESP, Real Madrid, Schalke)

57: Karim Benzema (FRA, Lyon, Real Madrid)

56: Ruud van Nistelrooy (NED, PSV Eindhoven, Manchester United, Real Madrid)

50: Thierry Henry (FRA, Monaco, Arsenal, Barcelona)

48: Zlatan Ibrahimović (SWE, Ajax, Juventus, Internazionale Milano, Barcelona, AC Milan, Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United)

48: Andriy Shevchenko (UKR, Dynamo Kyiv, AC Milan, Chelsea)

47: Robert Lewandowski (POL, Dortmund, Bayern) 

46: Filippo Inzaghi (ITA, Juventus, AC Milan)

Atlético Madrid Top 11 Players

1.Diego Costa

2.Diego Simeone

3.Gabi (footballer)

4.Tiago Mendes

5.Radamel Falcao

6.Arda Turan

7.Sergio Agüero

8.Šime Vrsaljko

9.Thibaut Courtois

10.Diego Forlán

11.Luciano Vietto

Atlético Madrid Top Players 2018

1. Diego Costa

2. Fernando Torres

3. Yannick Carrasco

4. Kevin Gameiro

5. Diego Forlán

6. Sergio Agüero

7. Jackson Martinez

8. Mario Mandžukić

9. Falcao Garcia 

10.  Luciano Vietto

11. David Villa

Atlético Madridtop Earning Players

Playes Names-                 Country      –         Position    –   Yearly Salaries   –    Weekly Salaries

Nikola Kalinic                        Croatia                         ST                            No                                No

Gelson Martins                       Portugal                      RW                      £1,900,000                   £36,538

Thomas Lemar                         France                        LW                              No                              No

Rodri                                           Spain                          DM                             No                              No

Santiago Arias                        Colombia                      RB                              No                              No

Antonio Adan                              Spain                         GK                             No                              No

Angel Correa                            Argentina                     ST                         £1,000,000                   £19,231

Saul Niguez                                  Spain                          MF                       £1,500,000                   £28,846

Thomas Teye Partey                 Ghana                          MF                         £416,667                     £8,013

Juanfran                                       Spain                           DF                        £4,500,000                  £86,538

Stefan Savic                           Montonegro                   DF                         £3,695,339                  £71,064

Lucas Hernandez                     France                         DF                           £1,847,248                 £35,524

Jan Oblak                                 Slovenia                      GK                             £1,333,333                 £25,641

Diego Godin                             Uruguay                     DF                              £7,500,000                 £144,23

Atlético Madrid Highest Earning Players

PlayersAgeWeekly WageContract Period
Jan Oblak (GK)24€85,0002017-21
Miguel Ángel Moyà (GK) 33€25,0002017-18
Diego Godín31€70,0002017-19
Stefan Savic26€60,0002017-20
José Giménez22€75,0002017-18
Lucas Hernández21€40,0002017-22
Filipe Luís32€40,0002017-19
Guilherme Siqueira31€30,0002017-18
Sime Vrsaljko25€55,0002017-21
Juanfran32€55,0002017-18
Thomas24€20,0002017-22
Koke25€110,0002017-24
Saúl Ñíguez22€70,0002017-26
Augusto Fernández31€50,0002017-19
Gabi34€50,0002017-18
Yannick Carrasco24€80,0002017-22
Nico Gaitán29€70,0002017-20
Ángel Correa22€70,0002017-19
Antoine Griezmann26€210,0002017-22
Kévin Gameiro30€90,0002017-20
Luciano Vietto23€60,0002017-20
Fernando Torres33€60,0002017-18

                      Atlético Madrid Top Cheap Players

PlayersClubTransfer sum
Valencia CF£14.40m
Wolverhampton Wanderers£12.60m
1.FSV Mainz 05£6.75m
Inter MilanLoan fee:
£5.85m
Rayo Vallecano£900k
Al Sadd Sports ClubFree Transfer
Sagan TosuFree Transfer
Fulham FCLoan
Aston VillaLoan
Wolverhampton WanderersLoan
SD HuescaLoan
KayserisporLoan

Dortmund 

Dortmund jersey sponsors

Sports betting company bwin will​ become Borussia Dortmund’s new shirt sponsor next season after a four-year deal set to run until the end of the 2020-21 season was agreed, the club have confirmed.
Dortmund, who are currently sponsored by North Rhine-Westphalia industrial corporation Evonik, confirmed the agreement via a statement on their ​official website.
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Dortmund jersey sponsors
Dortmund jersey sponsors

Carsten Cramer, Dortmund’s director for sales, marketing and business, said: “We believe that this company is a perfect fit for BVB thanks to its global appeal and its preference for the black and yellow colour combination.

Stephan Heilmann, responsible for bwin’s brand activities in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, said: “Echte Liebe (True Love) is the BVB brand promise and it is this love that connects bwin – much like the Black and Yellows and their fans – with football.

Dortmund jersey sponsors
Dortmund jersey sponsors

Dortmund has invigorated the Bundesliga by making up five points in less than a week, taking the lead in the standings. But the team from western Germany doesn’t want to draw attention to itself so early in the season.

“If you already mention it, Bayern will have all warning systems on high-alert,” Dortmund chief executive Hans-Joachim Watzke told the Funke media group of his side’s title ambitions. “You have to catch them by surprise when they’re all turned off.”

Bayern was on a roll after starting the season with seven wins in all competitions, but the team dropped points with a 1-1 draw against Augsburg on Tuesday before losing at Hertha Berlin 2-0 on Friday.

Meanwhile, Dortmund routed Nuremberg 7-0 on Wednesday for its biggest victory in 32 years, then staged a 4-2 comeback win at Bayer Leverkusen on Saturday.

Dortmund jersey sponsors
Dortmund jersey sponsors

Top-tier German soccer side Borussia Dortmund have agreed deals with video developer EA Sports and online broker GMO Trading.

The partnership with EA Sports expands on the company’s role as a sponsor of the Bundesliga outfit’s esports division for the 2018/19 season.

Under the terms of the new deal, EA will serve as a ‘second level’ sponsor of Dortmund, replacing Konami.

Bayer Leverkusen shirt sponsor extends deal to esports team

The firm returns after serving as a third level partner of the club for the 2011/12 and 2016/17 seasons.

Meanwhile, GMO Trading comes on board for two seasons as a regional partner in Europe—excluding Germany— and the Middle East.

Dortmund  Top Scorers

Player
Goals (all comps) 
1
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in action during the Premier League game between Arsenal and Everton on February 3, 2018
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
Last Goal: vs. Hoffenheim (H, Dec 16, 2017)
Braces: 2, Hat-tricks: 1
13 (21)
2
Maximilian Philipp celebrates scoring for Borussia Dortmund on October 21, 2017
Maximilian Philipp
Last Goal: vs. Mainz 05 (H, May 5, 2018)
Braces: 2, Hat-tricks: 0
9 (9)
3
Michy Batshuayi in action for Chelsea on August 20, 2016
Michy Batshuayi
Last Goal: vs. Stuttgart (H, Apr 8, 2018)
Braces: 2, Hat-tricks: 0
7 (9)
3
Dortmund's striker Marco Reus celebrates scoring during the UEFA Champions League quarter-final, second leg football match Borussia Dortmund vs Real Madrid CF on April 8, 2014
Marco Reus
Last Goal: vs. Hoffenheim (A, May 12, 2018)
Braces: 1, Hat-tricks: 0
7 (7)
5
Manchester United's Shinji Kagawa celebrates scoring his third goal against Norwich on March 2, 2013
Shinji Kagawa
Last Goal: vs. Freiburg (H, Jan 27, 2018)
Braces: 0, Hat-tricks: 0
5 (6)
6
Silhouette
Christian Pulisic
Last Goal: vs. Stuttgart (H, Apr 8, 2018)
Braces: 0, Hat-tricks: 0
4 (5)
7
Silhouette
Andriy Yarmolenko
Last Goal: vs. Bayer Leverkusen (A, Dec 2, 2017)
Braces: 0, Hat-tricks: 0
3 (6)
8
Marc Bartra for Barcelona on October 21, 2014
Marc Bartra
Last Goal: vs. Bayern Munich (H, Nov 4, 2017)
Braces: 0, Hat-tricks: 0
2 (4)
8
Germany's Mario Gotze in action Kazakhstan on March 26, 2013
Mario Gotze
Last Goal: vs. Hamburger SV (H, Feb 10, 2018)
Braces: 0, Hat-tricks: 0
2 (2)
8
New Dortmund midfielder Nuri Sahin at a press conference on January 13, 2013
Nuri Sahin
Last Goal: vs. Eintracht Frankfurt (A, Oct 21, 2017)
Braces: 0, Hat-tricks: 0
2 (2)
8
Sokratis Papastathopoulos
Sokratis
Last Goal: vs. Mainz 05 (A, Dec 12, 2017)
Braces: 0, Hat-tricks: 0
2 (3)
12
Silhouette
Raphael Guerreiro
Last Goal: vs. Schalke 04 (H, Nov 25, 2017)
Braces: 0, Hat-tricks: 0
1 (2)
12
Silhouette
Jadon Sancho
Last Goal: vs. Bayer Leverkusen (H, Apr 21, 2018)
Braces: 0, Hat-tricks: 0
1 (1)
12
 Andre Schurrle of Chelsea celebrates scoring their first goal during the UEFA Champions League Quarter Final second leg match between Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain FC at Stamford Bridge on April 8, 2014
Andre Schurrle
Last Goal: vs. FC Koln (A, Feb 2, 2018)
Braces: 0, Hat-tricks: 0
1 (3)
12
Silhouette
Jeremy Toljan
Last Goal: vs. Freiburg (H, Jan 27, 2018)
Braces: 0, Hat-tricks: 0
1 (1)
12
Silhouette
Julian Weigl
Last Goal: vs. Borussia Monchengladbach (H, Sep 23, 2017)
Braces: 0, Hat-tricks: 0
1 (1)
12
Silhouette
Dan-Axel Zagadou
Last Goal: vs. Hannover (A, Oct 28, 2017)
Braces: 0, Hat-tricks: 0
1 (1)

Dortmund  Top Players

10. Stéphane Chapuisat

This Swiss striker played 228 games for Dortmund during most of the 1990s, scoring an impressive 106 goals along the way.

Scoring 20 in his first season, Chapuisat went on to secure back-to-back league titles with BVB, as well as winning the Champions League in that famous victory over Juventus in 1997.

An important figure for his national side, Chapuisat also made 103 appearances for Switzerland, netting 21 times in his 15 years representing his country.

In 2003, he was voted Switzerland’s most outstanding player of the last 50 years.

9. Stefan Klos

Stefan Klos spent his entire 17-year career playing for just two clubs.

The first of these was Dortmund, where he played over 350 games during the span of eight years as the undisputed starting goalkeeper for much of that period.

Klos was also part of the team that won back-to-back Bundesliga titles in the 1994-1995 and 1995-1996 seasons, and played every single game of the Champions League winning 1996-1997 campaign.

After leaving Dortmund, Klos moved to Glasgow Rangers, playing a further 300 games and winning nine major Scottish titles.

He was later inducted into the Rangers’ hall of fame.

 

7. Andreas Möller

The playmaker had two spells with Borussia Dortmund, making a total of 228 league appearances.

Yet another member of the “Golden Generation” of the ’90s, Möller managed to add great success at international level to the titles he won with Dortmund.

He was part of the German side that won both the 1990 World Cup and the 1996 European Championship. Möller also represented his country at three other major international championships.

However, he will not be so fondly remembered by Dortmund fans for leaving BVB to join bitter rivals Schalke 04 in 2000, but the part he played in their team’s success in the 1990’s should help to gloss over this “error of judgement”.

6. Stefan Reuter

Having already played for Nuremberg, Bayern Munich and Juventus, Reuter moved to Borussia Dortmund in 1992, going on to make 307 Bundesliga appearances over the next 12 years.

This gives him the distinction of having made the second-most appearances ever for BVB.

In addition to this, he will be remembered by Dortmund fans for helping to secure no fewer than seven major club titles.

Part of the same Germany teams as Andreas Möller that won the Italia ’90 World Cup and Euro ’96, Reuter’s shelves would be groaning under the weight of 12 major national and international trophies by the end of his 20-year professional career in 2004.

5. Lars Ricken

This Dortmund native spent his entire 15-year career at his home town club, a feat rarely seen in the modern game.

Even though he was hampered by injury, he achieved legendary status by scoring Dortmund’s other goal in their 3-1 Champions League win against Juventus.

That he did this just :16 seconds after coming on as a substitute makes his feat even more memorable.

As well as his Champions League winner’s medal, Ricken won the Bunsedliga three times and was a runner-up in the UEFA Cup.

Due to his frequent injuries, he only made 16 appearances for Germany. However, his loyalty and involvement in the most successful period in Dortmund’s recent history will ensure his legendary status at the club.

4. Manfred Burgsmüller

Manfred Burgsmüller deserves a place on this list due to the fact that he is Dortmund’s top goal scorer in the Bundesliga.

He netted a very impressive 135 goals from 224 league appearances during his seven-year career with BVB. All the more amazing when you consider that he was playing as a midfielder.

Burgsmüller never managed to win a major honour whilst playing for BVB, but his goal tally cements his place in the club’s history books.

He is also due some recognition for his longevity as a professional athlete, retiring in 1990 at the age of 41, after a 22-year playing career.

But he wasn’t finished yet.

In 1996 he began a six-year stint as a kicker for the NFL Europa team Rhein Fire, winning two World Bowls.

He holds the record as the oldest-ever professional American Football player, last playing when he was 52.

3. Michael Zorc

Another Borussia Dortmund record holder, Michael Zorc has made more appearances for the club than any other player.

Another one club man, Zorc notched up almost 600 appearances for BVB 1981 and 1998. The team captain, and an excellent penalty taker, he scored 155 goals in this time.

Although never successful on the international stage, his playing career saw him win the Champions League, back-to-back Bundesliga titles, the DFB-Pokal cup and the Intercontinental Cup.

Still a fan favourite, he was again involved with the club as they won the Bundesliga last season, this time as general manager.

2. Jürgen Kohler

An outstanding centre back, Kohler was capped by his country 105 times, winning the World Cup in 1990 and the European Championship in 1996 alongside Reuter and Möller.

Kohler signed for Dortmund in 1995, remaining at the club until retiring from professional football seven years later.

During this time he won four major club trophies, in addition to four others he had previously won in both Germany and Italy.

Despite his success, his career ended in a rather negative fashion, being sent off in his last ever game as Dortmund lost the UEFA Cup final.

1. Matthias Sammer

Guerreiro brace as Dortmund thrash Atletico
Borussia Dortmund cruised past Atletico Madrid 4-0 in their Champions League match on Wednesday with two goals from substitute Raphael Guerreiro.

Dortmund  Top ScorersAll Time

 

PlayerTeam(s)M.goalsPenaltyØ
1Manfred Burgsmüller Borussia Dortmund22413510.60
2Michael Zorc Borussia Dortmund463131490.28
3Lothar Emmerich Borussia Dortmund18311590.63
4Stéphane Chapuisat Borussia Dortmund21810220.47
5Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang * Borussia Dortmund14498100.68
6Robert Lewandowski * Borussia Dortmund1317450.56
7Andreas Möller Borussia Dortmund2287150.31
8Marco Reus * Borussia Dortmund1456890.47
9Reinhold Wosab Borussia Dortmund1986030.30
10Jan Koller Borussia Dortmund1385910.43
11Lars Ricken Borussia Dortmund3014910.16
12Ewerthon Borussia Dortmund1194740.39
Frank Mill Borussia Dortmund1874700.25
14Sigfried Held Borussia Dortmund2304400.19
15Timo Konietzka Borussia Dortmund534200.79
16Heiko Herrlich Borussia Dortmund1284110.32
Shinji Kagawa * Borussia Dortmund1484100.28
18Norbert Dickel Borussia Dortmund904000.44
19Lucas Barrios * Borussia Dortmund833900.47
20Michael Rummenigge Borussia Dortmund1573640.23
21Alexander Frei Borussia Dortmund743480.46
Werner Weist Borussia Dortmund723400.47
23Jürgen Wegmann Borussia Dortmund1173300.28
24Marcel Răducanu Borussia Dortmund1633160.19
25Rüdiger Abramczik Borussia Dortmund903000.33
26Amoroso Borussia Dortmund592890.47
Lothar Huber Borussia Dortmund25428180.11
Willi Neuberger Borussia Dortmund1482800.19
29Jakub Błaszczykowski * Borussia Dortmund1972740.14
Erdal Keser Borussia Dortmund1062700.25
Bernd Klotz Borussia Dortmund1062710.25
32Mario Götze * Borussia Dortmund1202610.22
Jürgen Schütz Borussia Dortmund732640.36
34Peter Geyer Borussia Dortmund1592500.16
Ebi Smolarek Borussia Dortmund812500.31
Mirko Votava Borussia Dortmund1892500.13
37Karl-Heinz Riedle Borussia Dortmund872400.28
38Franz Brungs Borussia Dortmund542300.43
Kevin Großkreutz * Borussia Dortmund1762300.13
Henrikh Mkhitaryan * Borussia Dortmund902300.26
41Nuri Şahin * Borussia Dortmund2232130.09
Matthias Sammer Borussia Dortmund1152100.18
43Sebastian Kehl Borussia Dortmund2742000.07
Flemming Povlsen Borussia Dortmund1162000.17
Tomáš Rosický Borussia Dortmund1492030.13
Wolfgang Vöge Borussia Dortmund982000.20
47Mats Hummels * Borussia Dortmund2251900.08
Aki Schmidt Borussia Dortmund811900.23
49Günter Breitzke Borussia Dortmund891800.20
Jörg Heinrich Borussia Dortmund1441800.13

Dortmund  Top 11 Players

PlayerDate of Birth (Age)Nat.Contract untilMarket value
1
Roman Bürki
Goalkeeper
Nov 14, 1990 (27)Switzerland30.06.2021
35
FC Augsburg

Marwin Hitz
Goalkeeper
Sep 18, 1987 (31)Switzerland30.06.2021
40
SV Werder Bremen II

Eric Oelschlägel
Goalkeeper
Sep 20, 1995 (23)Germany30.06.2019
16
Manuel Akanji
Centre-Back
Jul 19, 1995 (23)Switzerland
Nigeria
30.06.2022
4
1.FSV Mainz 05

Abdou Diallo
Centre-Back
May 4, 1996 (22)France
Senegal
30.06.2023
36
Ömer Toprak
Centre-Back
Jul 21, 1989 (29)Turkey
Germany
30.06.2021
2
Dan-Axel Zagadou
Centre-Back
Jun 3, 1999 (19)France
Cote d'Ivoire
30.06.2022
13
Raphaël Guerreiro
Left-Back
Dec 22, 1993 (24)Portugal
France
30.06.2020
29
Marcel Schmelzer
Left-Back
Jan 22, 1988 (30)Germany30.06.2021
5
Real Madrid

Achraf Hakimi
Right-Back
Nov 4, 1998 (19)Morocco
Spain
30.06.2020
15
Jeremy Toljan
Right-Back
Aug 8, 1994 (24)Germany
United States
30.06.2022
26
Lukasz Piszczek
Right-Back
Jun 3, 1985 (33)Poland30.06.2020

 

Dortmund Top Players 2018

 

1. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang:

The best player on the team by a long shot, Aubameyang has to be the player to watch for Borussia Dortmund in 2018. Despite his continuous strong performances, the player seems to be on the verge of leaving the club. After four and a half exceptional years, it may be time for the player to move on from the club. BVB are declining in terms of their overall quality in play and Aubamayeng is not getting any younger. Aubamayeng is in his late twenties and may be looking to play for a more ambitious club. Hopefully, he does not end up playing in the Chinese Super League or Everton.

2. Christian Pulisic:

The American wonderkid has been under the spotlight over the last couple of years. The nineteen year old has been impressive for both club and country. He is expected to continue his rise to success as a professional footballer in 2018. Pulisic is without a doubt one of Borussia Dortmund’s most important players and should be given an abundance of playing time in 2018. It will be interesting to see how the youngster will continue to develop into a world class footballer. Fans should also keep an eye out on his future, as there is a chance he may even follow Dembele’s footsteps and leave the club at a young age.

3. Julian Weigl:

So far, it has not been a great season for the young German international. The twenty-two year old missed some games early in the season and has not been in his best form since he has come back. He has also been in competition with Nuri Sahin for playing time at the defensive midfield position. The youngster needs more playing time if he is to develop into the world class player that we know he is capable of being. He also needs the playing time in order to impress Joachim Loew and make Germany’s World Cup squad. Germany has an abundance of talented midfielders in their ranks and it will be difficult for Weigl to make the squad. He will have to elevate his level of play or else he will have to wait until 2022 to play in his first World Cup.

4. Sokratis Papastathopoulos:

The Greek center-back is one of the best defenders in the league on his day. Unfortunately, we did not see many of those “days” towards the end of 2017. Sokratis did not end 2017 on a high note. He struggled at the back for Dortmund and his beloved nation missed the World Cup. It is disappointing to see a defender of Sokratis stature go through what he has gone through over the last few months. He has been at the club for almost five years and has developed so well. In the past, he has been linked with a move away from Dortmund. With the state that the club is currently in, it makes sense for him to make one last big move to another club. He is almost thirty years of age and deserves to have more trophies under his name.

5. Andriy Yarmolenko:

Fans may get to see the best of Andriy Yarmolenko in 2018. The winger was average in his first few months at the club, but fans will be asking more from him in the second half of the season. He has looked sharp at times, but his end product has been a bit disappointing. Fans will be asking for more than three goals and two assists in thirteen Bundesliga games. With a little experience under his belt, Yarmolenko may start to score more goals in the second half of the season and help Dortmund secure a top four finish in the Bundesliga. It will also be interesting to see how the Ukrainian international will perform in their big games such as their Europa League games.

Dortmund  Top Earning Players

PLAYERAGEYearly SalaryCONTRACT LEFT
Roman Bürki (GK)27€60,0003 Years (2021)
Dominik Reimann (GK)30€10,000Last Year (2018)
Roman Weidenfeller (GK)37€5,000Last Year (2018)
Manuel Akanji 
22€70,0004 Years (2022)
Jan-Niklas Beste
19€10,000Extension (2018)
Erik Durm
25€60,0001 Year (2019)
Raphael Guerreiro
24€60,000Extension (2018)
Sokratis Papastathopoulos
29€55,0001 Year (2019)
Lukasz Piszczek
32€40,0002 Years (2020)
Marcel Schmelzer
30€45,0003 Years (2021)
Jeremy Toljan
23€45,0004 Years (2022)
Ömer Toprak
28€65,0003 Years (2021)
Dan-Axel Zagadou
18€20,0004 Years (2022)
Gonzalo Castro30€40,0002 Years (2020)
Mahmoud Dahoud22€65,0004 Years (2022)
Mario Götze25€120,0002 Years (2020)
Shinji Kagawa28€70,0002 Years (2020)
Christian Pulisic19€25,0002 Years (2020)
Sebastian Rode27€60,0002 Years (2020)
Nuri Sahin29€65,0001 Year (2019)
Jadon Sancho17€10,0002 Years (2020)
André Schürrle
27€80,0003 Years (2021)
Julian Weigl22€70,0003 Years (2021)
Michy Batshuayi24€75,000Last Year (2018)
Alexander Isak
18€10,0004 Years (2022)
Maximilian Philipp
24€60,0004 Years (2022)
Marco Reus
28€150,0005 Years (2023)
Andriy Yarmolenko
28€60,0003 Years (2021)

Dortmund  Highest Earning Players

PLAYERAGEYearly SalaryCONTRACT LEFT
Roman Bürki (GK)27€60,0003 Years (2021)
Dominik Reimann (GK)30€10,000Last Year (2018)
Roman Weidenfeller (GK)37€5,000Last Year (2018)
Manuel Akanji 
22€70,0004 Years (2022)
Jan-Niklas Beste
19€10,000Extension (2018)
Erik Durm
25€60,0001 Year (2019)
Raphael Guerreiro
24€60,000Extension (2018)
Sokratis Papastathopoulos
29€55,0001 Year (2019)
Lukasz Piszczek
32€40,0002 Years (2020)
Marcel Schmelzer
30€45,0003 Years (2021)
Jeremy Toljan
23€45,0004 Years (2022)
Ömer Toprak
28€65,0003 Years (2021)
Dan-Axel Zagadou
18€20,0004 Years (2022)
Gonzalo Castro30€40,0002 Years (2020)
Mahmoud Dahoud22€65,0004 Years (2022)
Mario Götze25€120,0002 Years (2020)
Shinji Kagawa28€70,0002 Years (2020)
Christian Pulisic19€25,0002 Years (2020)
Sebastian Rode27€60,0002 Years (2020)
Nuri Sahin29€65,0001 Year (2019)
Jadon Sancho17€10,0002 Years (2020)
André Schürrle
27€80,0003 Years (2021)
Julian Weigl22€70,0003 Years (2021)
Michy Batshuayi24€75,000Last Year (2018)
Alexander Isak
18€10,0004 Years (2022)
Maximilian Philipp
24€60,0004 Years (2022)
Marco Reus
28€150,0005 Years (2023)
Andriy Yarmolenko
28€60,0003 Years (2021)

Dortmund  Top Cheap Players

PlayersClubTransfer sum
Dynamo Kyiv£22.50m
FC Basel 1893£19.35m
SC Freiburg£18.00m
Bayer 04 Leverkusen£10.80m
Borussia Mönchengladbach£10.80m
Manchester City U18£7.05m
TSG 1899 Hoffenheim£6.30m
FC Barcelona Juvenil A£2.70m
Chelsea FCLoan fee:
£1.35m
FC Paris Saint-Germain BFree Transfer
Borussia Dortmund U19
Borussia Dortmund II

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