After a season full of trembling, the league is made for Borussia Mönchengladbach (quasi). Now Roland Virkus can finally plan more intensively for the new playing time, but has several tricky personnel issues to solve. Here, the new Mönchengladbach endss director has been unfamiliar deep into the maps.
In the coming year, Borussia Mönchengladbach ends a lot of contracts of important pillars. The planning is already in full swing, as Mönchengladbach endss chief Roland Virkus explained in the “Kicker”.
“In the first stage, we went to the question of which players we want to extend because we see in them pillars for the future. That’s what first conversations have been led,” Virkus revealed, ” First of all, will be more restrained by gaming site, is comprehensible. The Mönchengladbach endsy situation has so far no planning security. “
It is clear that the Gladbach responsible persons like to continue working with National Jonas Hofmann and the Swiss Keeper Yann Summer and want to extend the contracts beyond 2023. “That’s our wish,” emphasized Virkus, who described the duo as “corset rods of our team”. “You would play a very important role in our project to build something new.”
This is equally – as surprising – for the attack consisting of Breel Embolo, Marcus Thuram and Alassane Pléa. A few weeks ago, all three players were traded as possible change candidates in the summer, but now wants to fight “fight the guys” as he stressed.
The reasons are obvious for the 55-year-old. “If you exploit your full potential, Pléa, Thuram and Embolo are absolute top players.”
Stindl and Kramer have lower priority for Gladbach
He will talk to all three and explain what the club is with you. “Basically, I do not want to sell any of the boys,” but Virkus raised the bar high, but added, “But it’s about what your personal plans look like. It is not excluded that they are pursuing other goals for themselves.”
If there is no match, you would have to think about how to dissolve the situation, so the Virkus started as successor to Max Eberl in mid-February. However, one thing is already certain: within the trio is not a single one who does not identify with the club “. He has experienced that from individual talks.
This identification is likely to apply to Lars Stindl and Christoph Kramer, whose contracts also expire mid 2023. However, the two routiniers still have to be patient.
“Both have been important for many years […]. Of course we have these players on the screen and will tackle the subject. But not immediately. Due to the overall constellation, other personalities enjoy priority.”