Michael Zorc believes that Dortmund has enough firepower in their Erling Haaland-led attack, but the departure of Jadon Sancho would change things.
Borussia Dortmund sees no need to add a back-up to target scoring prodigy Erling Haaland. Norway’s striker Haaland was a surprise after being moved to the Bundesliga in January, continuing the prolific success he enjoyed at Salzburg, scoring 16 goals in 18 appearances in all BVB competitions.
Around the same time, Paco Alcacer left Dortmund, Germany, to join Villarreal, going international back to LaLiga.
This suggests a lack of specialist expertise further elevates Lucien Favre ‘s dependence on the 20-year-old Haaland, yet Dortmund ‘s sporting director, Michael Zorc, has suggested limitations ahead of their latest attempt to transfer to Bayern Munich in other fields.
“Last season, we didn’t score too few goals,” Zorc told Kicker, with Favre ‘s men scoring 84 times in 34 matches as they ended Bayern’s 2019-20 campaign 13 points shy.