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  • Sancho rise continues with Bundesliga Pl...

    Jadon Sancho's stunning rise has continued after the teenager received the Bundesliga's October Player of the Month award. Sancho has starred in Borussia Dortmund's rise to the top of the Bundesliga, contributing four goals and a league-high six assists. October was particularl...

    Sancho rise continues with Bundesliga Player of the Month award

    Jadon Sancho's stunning rise has continued after the teenager received the Bundesliga's October Player of the Month award. Sancho has starred in Borussia Dortmund's rise to the top of the Bundesliga, contributing four goals and a league-high six assists. October was particularly productive for the 18-year-old, who joined the club from Manchester City in August 2017 and signed a new Dortmund deal earlier this month. Sancho was mainly used as a substitute in the first few weeks of the season but started all three Bundesliga games for Dortmund in October. Incredibly, Sancho scored a goal or added an assist in every game he played in October with the Bundesliga leaders, netting four times and adding two assists in five games across all club competitions. A brace in a 2-2 home draw with Hertha Berlin made Sancho the youngest player in Dortmund history to score a double in a Bundesliga game, while he also scored in a 4-0 win over Stuttgart. Sancho's reward for his club performance saw him become the first England outfield player since David Beckham to be handed a start for the Three Lions while playing his club football outside of England.  While the teenager has not yet scored a goal or assist with Dortmund in his three November matches, but did provide the helper for Trent Alexander-Arnold's maiden England goal in a 3-0 win over the United States on Thursday.  Sancho beat fellow nominees Sebastien Haller, Marcel Halstenberg, Jonas Hofmann, Luka Jovic and Dortmund team-mate Achraf Hakimi. The winger will hope to feature against Croatia for England in the Nations League on Sunday and then will return to Bundesliga action with Dortmund when they visit Mainz on November 24.

  • Leverkusen star Havertz 'would suit' Bay...

    Kai Havertz would suit Bayern Munich as a potential signing, according to Joshua Kimmich. Havertz made his full Germany debut in a friendly against Russia on Thursday, setting up Serge Gnabry's goal in a 3-0 win for Joachim Low's side. The Bayer Leverkusen midfielder has been l...

    Leverkusen star Havertz 'would suit' Bayern Munich – Kimmich

    Kai Havertz would suit Bayern Munich as a potential signing, according to Joshua Kimmich. Havertz made his full Germany debut in a friendly against Russia on Thursday, setting up Serge Gnabry's goal in a 3-0 win for Joachim Low's side. The Bayer Leverkusen midfielder has been linked with a move to Bayern, who are thought to be keen to freshen up their side, with Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery approaching retirement. And Bayern defender Kimmich feels 19-year-old Havertz would be a solid addition for the Bundesliga champions. "I cannot buy him, but Kai Havertz is a player who would suit us well," Kimmich told reporters. Havertz's performance also caught the eye of Germany coach Low. "He impressed me," said Low. "He is very secure on the ball and has good positioning going forward. "When he gets the ball, he always tries to bring the ball forward. You can see that in training as well." Germany are back in Nations League action on Monday when they host Netherlands in Gelsenkirchen. They will be relegated unless they win but will drop into League B regardless if Ronald Koeman's men beat world champions France on Friday. Havertz, a product of Leverkusen's youth system, has impressed for Heiko Herrlich's side this season, scoring six goals in all competitions so far. The 19-year-old has also registered four assists across the Bundesliga and the Europa League so far this term. Bayern have a number of talented young Germany stars on their books including Kimmich, Gnabry, Leon Goretzka and Niklas Sule.

  • Witsel: Joining Borussia Dortmund is my ...

    Axel Witsel describes joining Borussia Dortmund as the best decision of his career, with Lucien Favre's side top of the Bundesliga. Witsel signed a four-year deal with Dortmund after agreeing a move from Tianjin Quanjian in August and has made an immediate impact. Dortmund's fi...

    Witsel: Joining Borussia Dortmund is my best career decision

    Axel Witsel describes joining Borussia Dortmund as the best decision of his career, with Lucien Favre's side top of the Bundesliga. Witsel signed a four-year deal with Dortmund after agreeing a move from Tianjin Quanjian in August and has made an immediate impact. Dortmund's fine form has them four points clear atop the table with Witsel among the league's most reliable midfielders, having completed 92.5 per cent of his attempted passes in the Bundesliga. And Witsel, who set up Paco Alcacer for Dortmund's winner against Bayern Munich last time out, is sure he made the right call in leaving the Chinese Super League. "Switching to BVB was the best career decision I've ever made," Belgium international Witsel said to Bild. "I have never played with better players than here. "Besides, the location is ideal. My family and I are now in close proximity to our homeland." Witsel was inspirational in Saturday's Klassiker with an all-action display capped with sending Alcacer through for a superb winning goal in a thrilling 3-2 success. But the former Zenit midfielder does not think Dortmund should get carried away with title talk despite having a seven-point cushion over champions Bayern. "Just because we beat Bayern, we will not speak of the championship," Witsel, 29, added. "We would do well to continue focusing on the coming weeks." Witsel made his 100th international appearance as Belgium beat Iceland 2-0 in the Nations League on Thursday. Roberto Martinez's men must avoid defeat away to Switzerland on Sunday to secure a place in the finals.

  • 'I want to be an Arsenal legend' - Nelso...

    Reiss Nelson is determined to become “an Arsenal legend”, with a loan spell at Hoffenheim considered to be a stepping stone on his ascent to the very top of the game. The 18-year-old forward has been allowed to head out of Emirates Stadium amid fierce competition for places. He...

    'I want to be an Arsenal legend' - Nelson out to join list of Gunners greats

    Reiss Nelson is determined to become “an Arsenal legend”, with a loan spell at Hoffenheim considered to be a stepping stone on his ascent to the very top of the game. The 18-year-old forward has been allowed to head out of Emirates Stadium amid fierce competition for places. He is, however, held in high regard by those in north London and was handed a new contract before completing a switch to Germany. Nelson has thrived amid regular minutes in the Bundesliga, netting six times so far, and is considered to have a bright future ahead of him. The England U21 international is determined to fulfil that potential with the Gunners, telling BBC Sport of his ambition: "Arsenal are my boyhood club. I've been with them since I was eight, so that's 10 years. "I just want to go back there stronger because at the time I was at Arsenal I was 16, 17 and I didn't feel confident. "I didn't think I was a man, but now I'm feeling stronger and I think a couple more months or even a year in Hoffenheim will make me strong and give me the belief and confidence to go back to Arsenal and do very good there. "I want to be an Arsenal legend. And, for England, it's the best. You can't beat playing for your country I don't think." Nelson is convinced that he has chosen the right career path in leaving Arsenal to experience life outside of England, with time in Germany helping to mould him into a more complete player. He added: "For me, I always want to be the best player I can be. "I'm 18 and I thought going to the Bundesliga will give me a challenge and doing that would make me become a better footballer and a better person as well throughout life. "I wanted to challenge myself and see what I could do. It's going well so far. "It's incredible. But I've just got to keep it up. It's not just for the six games, I've got to do it throughout the season. "I don't know where it's going to take me, but I've just got to keep my feet on the ground and keep positive."

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