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Transfers: Reports: Hummels transfer to Italy or Spain

Transfers: Reports: Hummels transfer to Italy or Spain
Transfers: Reports: Hummels transfer to Italy or Spain

Mats Hummels and BVB are going their separate ways. After a total of 13 years in Dortmund, the defender’s move to Italy is apparently taking shape. Is Spain also in the running?

After his departure from Borussia Dortmund, there is a lot of speculation about the future of Mats Hummels. According to a report by the TV channel Sky, RCD Mallorca from Spain has contacted the former world champion. In Italy, it is said that Hummels will move to Serie A.

According to several media reports, the central defender is set to move to AS Roma. Contact between Hummels and the Italian capital club has recently intensified, reported the newspaper “Gazzetta dello Sport”. According to the report, the 35-year-old German could receive a two-year contract in Rome with the option of an extension for a further season.

According to the report, the parties have already discussed details of a possible collaboration. Roma is currently urgently looking for reinforcements in its defense. And Hummels also confirmed that he could imagine a move to another European country. In principle, Roma is said to be prepared to pay the German a similar salary to that at BVB. But Hummels could also make concessions on salary during the negotiations.

More rumors about Spain and Saudi Arabia

In Spain, however, it is said that Real Mallorca may be close to signing Hummels. The “Mallorca Zeitung” claims to have learned exclusively from advisors that the former international player is set to sign with the Spanish first division football club. It is only a matter of details, a player’s agent revealed.

Sky, on the other hand, claims that there have been no concrete discussions or even negotiations. However, the club’s interest is high and Hummels could certainly imagine working for RCD. However, an agreement is not yet in sight.

The defender, who was not nominated for the European Championship, is said to have also received offers from Saudi Arabia. However, a move there is considered unlikely, as the 2014 world champion had already ruled it out. Recently there was also speculation that AC Milan was also interested in the German.

On Friday, Borussia Dortmund announced that Hummels’ expiring contract would not be renewed. Hummels won the German championship twice with BVB. Most recently, he and the Ruhrpott club lost to Real Madrid in the Champions League final.

Source: Stern

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