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Drittes Mal in Folge: Gladbach schließt Geschäftsjahr erneut mit Minus ab

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Status: 12/23/2022 5:09 p.m

Bundesliga club Borussia Mönchengladbach closed the 2022 financial year again with a minus.

“All in all, it is the third year in a row for Borussia that we will post a negative result. We would not have been able to get through it like this if we had not eaten up a lot of fat in the years before,” said the managing director Stephan Schippers in an interview with the “Rheinische Post”.

According to the 55-year-old, this leads to a further reduction in equity. “In 2019 we had equity of 103 million euros. At the beginning of this year it was 72 million, now it will continue to decrease according to our annual result for 2022. Of course we don’t like that, but we are still well positioned in the league comparison,” said Schippers . A trend reversal should take place in the next twelve months: “Of course it will be about being able to break even again in the 2023 financial year.”

Nevertheless, hold on to top performers

Nevertheless, there will “definitely not be any initiative from Borussia” to promote the change of courted top performers such as Marcus Thuram or Ramy Bensebaini this winter. The two professionals, who are being courted by several clubs, could, like goalkeeper Yann Sommer, change free of charge due to expiring contracts at the end of the season. “From a purely financial point of view, I would of course prefer a player who is leaving us now and who will still bring us something. But the financial point of view always follows a sporting point of view. Ramy and Marcus are top performers who we would miss immediately. And now we want them finish the season in the best possible way,” said Schippers.

Despite ongoing speculation about a change, he has not yet given up hope of a contract extension: “Maybe that’s a dreamy look, but maybe there will be a situation at some point in which one of the two can imagine staying.”

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