Borussia Dortmund have a lot of job to do in the summer transfer window. As Belgian forward Michy Batshuayi will return to London at the end of the season, BVB will have to look for a suitable forward who can be the successor of Pierre Emerick Aubameyang after he left for Arsenal in the winter transfer window.
But now that’s not the only concern of Dortmund. As Roman Weidenfeller is expected to fill the empty spot of an agent in the club, Dortmund would be looking for a goalkeeper next season and the solution is 28 year old Finnish goalkeeper Lukas Hradecky who is currently a regular starter for Eintracht Frankfurt and has had 4 clean sheets this season. Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc, managing director Hans Joachim Watzke and coach Peter Stoger are discussing two possible targets among which Hradecky is one of them as his contract with Frankfurt ends in the summer of 2018.
Zorc in his recent interview said, “We have not made a fundamental decision on the issue yet. We will have a look at that for a while.”
Hradecky has had an incredible claiming the ball success this season and has conceded an average of 1 goal each game, so it is likely that Dortmund won’t be the only club after the Finnish goalkeeper.