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Submitted by -Mezzo- 678d ago | opinion piece

Why Nuri Sahin Will Succeed at Dortmund After Failing Real Madrid and Liverpool

BR - One and a half seasons after leaving Borussia Dortmund, Nuri Sahin is back at his hometown club. BVB announced at a Friday press conference that they had struck an agreement with the midfielder, Real Madrid, and Liverpool that would see the player sever his loan agreement with the Anfield outfit and return to the Signal-Iduna Park on an 18-month loan. Ruhr Nachrichten editor Matthias Dersch added that the move includes an option to buy, although that was not confirmed by BVB at the press conference. (Borussia Dortmund, German Bundesliga, Liverpool FC, Nuri Sahin, Real Madrid, Transfers)

badz149  +   677d ago
people has been saying it all along
It was stupid to move to Real for him. Did he really think he'll be as big in Real as he was at Dortmund? Delusional player is delusional

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