Gladbach: Thuram and Bensbini before selling Lightning? That’s what Ferkus says

Marcus Thuram and Rami Bensebini of Borussia Mönchengladbach, here in a friendly match against Arminia Bielefeld on January 11, 2023.

Marcus Thuram and Rami Bensebini of Borussia Mönchengladbach, here in a friendly match against Arminia Bielefeld on January 11, 2023.

In goalkeeper Jann Sommer (34), Borussia Mönchengladbach has lost an important mainstay in the filly squad. The Swiss, whose contract was due to expire in the summer of 2023, is now guarding the box of defending champions Bayern Munich.

But what about other important players whose portfolios also expire at the end of the current season? For example, he also threatens Marcus Thuram (25) and Ramy Ben Spiny (27) Exit this winter?

Or will they both extend their contracts at the Lower Rhine after all? Manager Roland Firkus (56) Now comment on the current state of affairs.

Should Gladbach fear more departures after the summer transfer window?

Hardly anyone transformation Much may have been written and spoken beforehand as for Jan Sommerformerly known as Keeper of Borussia Monchengladbachl Bayern Munich.

The deal has been fixed since Thursday (January 19, 2023), Sommer has already completed his first match for the record champions (1-1 against RB Leipzig) and Jonas Omlin (29) A successor is available for him in the colts.

Until the end, Borussia’s leaders hoped to turn their reliable number into one extend his contract to be able to move. But after eight and a half years, Sommer decided on a new challenge on Säbener Straße.

But Sommer is not the only player whose contract will expire after the current season. Several other fillies – including captain Lars Stindl (34), left-back Rami Bensebini and striker Marcus Thuram – could, as of now, leave VfL for free next summer.

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And: Thuram and Bensabini on it market transfer Highly desirable, it is always traded to top European clubs and is therefore often the subject of transfer speculation.

But Borussia has to do itfans After the lightning departure of Guardian Sommer, are you afraid of more sales this winter?

Manager Roland Firkus relaxed about it. “From today, the two people you are most likely to talk to will stay with us,” the 56-year-old initially said.

The Colt’s manager has admitted that something can always happen before the January 31 transfer window closes. “I can never say never. You can’t do that in football. But as of today, both Marcus Thuram and Rami Bensebini will stay at Borussia Mönchengladbach.”

According to Firkus, what will happen after the summer is still quite open-ended. Because: So far, none of the VfL superstars has explicitly ruled out a contract extension. “I can only stress once again that we know that both contracts are about to expire. We also know that they are both very good players and very desirable. In spite of everything, we will do everything we can to convince them to stay.”

However, he does not yet know if Borussia will succeed. “I can’t tell you now. I can’t promise that they’ll both continue to play football with us next summer. However, we keep trying to get them to stay – even after this season. And then we’ll see what happens.”

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