English players Dortmund are not allowed to go to their families this Christmas | Foreign football

Two English international footballers Jadon Sancho and Jude Bellingham of Borussia Dortmund have to celebrate the holidays in Germany. Dortmund’s leadership does not grant Sancho (20) and Bellingham (17) permission to return to their families in England.




Germany decided on Sunday, like many other countries, to halt all air traffic to and from the United Kingdom. These measures were taken due to the spread of a new and more contagious type of Coronavirus in England.

“This is why we cannot allow Jadeon and Judd to go to England to spend Christmas,” said coach Michael Zork, and Dortmund will conclude the year on Tuesday with a cup match against Eintracht Braunschweig.

Erling Braut Haaland

Coach Eden Terzic, the successor to Lucian Favre who was recently fired, hopes Erling Braut Haaland will be at his disposal early next month. Dortmund’s Norwegian scorer recovers from muscle injury. “I saw Erling for the first time on Sunday,” Terzic said of the striker, who was being rehabilitated in Qatar. “He’s exactly on schedule. We assume he will be back in January.”

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