Marco Rose leaves Dortmund – Edin Terzic soon to be announced?

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Özcan transfer not impacted 

Marco Rose is no longer head coach at Borussia Dortmund. The club announced the decision on Friday afternoon. The club justified the decision after extensive talks between the head coach, CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke, outgoing sporting director Michael Zorc, in-coming sporting director Sebastian Kehl, and external consultant Matthias Sammer. Media reports in Germany suggest that Edin Terzic, who coached the club for some time in the 2020/21 season will take over from Rose.

Update 1:50 pm CEST: Sources with direct knowledge of the situation confirm that Terzic is set to take over from Rose. Furthermore, the coaching change will have little impact on the Salih Özcan transfer from Köln. Terzic is understood to be a big fan of the 24-year-old midfielder. 

“This isn’t an easy day for us because the common appreciation between both camps is and always was significant,” Watzke said. “But after a season that for many reasons was unsatisfactory, we realized that we didn’t manage to get the maximum out of every area.” Added Rose: “Despite a difficult season with many difficulties along the way, I was certain that we were on the right track. But during our talks, I had the feeling that all decision-makers were no longer 100% convinced that we were on the right track. As a result, we made the decision together to no longer continue our work together.” 

Dortmund have also released assistant coaches Alexander Zickler, René Maric, and athletic coach Patrick Eibenberger. Rose was signed by Dortmund from Borussia Mönchengladbach ahead of the season. In 46 games, Rose averaged just 1.85 points per game. Dortmund were eliminated in the Champions League group stage and then by Rangers in the Europa League. In domestic competitions the Black and Yellows finished second behind Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga and were eliminated in the round of 16 in the DFB Pokal by St. Pauli.

Schlotterbeck to Dembélé: Borussia Dortmund’s record transfers

18. Nico Schlotterbeck | 2022/23 from SC Freiburg | Fee: €20m

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18. Axel Witsel | 2018/19 from TJ Tianhai | Fee: €20m

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18. Thomas Delaney | 2018/19 from Werder Bremen | Fee: €20m

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18. Maximilian Philipp | 2017/18 from SC Freiburg | Fee: €20m

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18. Erling Haaland | 2019/20 from Red Bull Salzburg | Fee: €20m

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17. Paco Alcácer | 2019/20 from Barcelona | Fee: €21m

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16. Manuel Akanji | 2017/18 from FC Basel | Fee: €21.5m

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15. Mario Götze | 2016/17 from Bayern | Fee: €22m

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14. Jude Bellingham | 2020/21 from Birmingham | Fee: €23m

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11. Andriy Yarmolenko | 2017/18 from Dynamo Kyiv | Fee: €25m

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11. Emre Can | 2020/21 from Juventus | Fee: €25m

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11. Julian Brandt | 2019/20 from Bayer Leverkusen | Fee: €25m

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8. Márcio Amoroso | 2001/02 from Parma | Fee: €25.5m

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8. Nico Schulz | 2019/20 from 1899 Hoffenheim | Fee: €25.5m

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8. Thorgan Hazard | 2019/20 from Gladbach | Fee: €25.5m

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7. Henrikh Mkhitaryan | 2013/14 from Shakhtar Donetsk | Fee: €27.5m

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6. Abdou Diallo | 2018/19 from Mainz | Fee: €28m

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3. André Schürrle | 2016/17 from VfL Wolfsburg | Fee: €30m

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3. Donyell Malen | 2021/22 from PSV Eindhoven | Fee: €30m

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3. Karim Adeyemi | 2022/23 from RB Salzburg | Fee: €30m

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2. Mats Hummels | 2019/20 from Bayern | Fee: €30.5m

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1. Ousmane Dembélé | 2016/17 from Stade Rennes | Fee: €35m

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