“I can’t wait to finally join the team and wear the BVB jersey,” Sabitzer said on the club’s website after signing a deal that runs through 2027.
“The meetings with the managers of Borussia Dortmund were fantastic and demonstrated to me the club’s ambition for the upcoming years.
“I would like to do my part to make sure that BVB accomplishes its objectives and that it has every reason to soon celebrate something special with its fans.”
Edinson Cavani has orally agreed to leave Valencia and end his employment there.
Reports coming out of Argentina’s TyC Sports indicate that the Uruguayan striker is close to finalizing a transfer to Boca Juniors, which would bring him back to South American soil.
After the expiration of his contract with Manchester United in the summer of 2017, Cavani signed a free transfer to play for Valencia. The 36-year-old forward played for the Premier League powerhouses for two seasons, during which time he recorded 19 goals and seven assists in 59 total matches.
Cavani had spent the previous seven seasons at Paris Saint-Germain, where he left as the club’s all-time record goalscorer with 200 strikes — a figure that has since been surpassed by Kylian Mbappe. Prior to his move to Manchester, Cavani was the all-time record goalscorer at Paris Saint-Germain.
Now, it would appear that he is on his way back to his home continent to play club football for the first time since 2007, when he left his native country to join with Palermo, which was his first club in Europe. In 2007, he left his birthplace to sign with Palermo, which was his first club in Europe.
According to reports, Boca is getting set to make Cavani an offer for a deal that is 18 months long.