Dortmund open to Kagawa offers
Borussia Dortmund have admitted they'll listen to offers for Shinji Kagawa but have ruled out selling any other star names this summer.
Dortmund chief executive Hans-Joachim Watzke says the Bundesliga champions will reject any offers for all players who are contracted to the club until 2014 or longer - effectively a 'hands-off' gesture to those eyeing Borussia's top scorer Robert Lewandowski. Kagawa, 23, is only tied until 2013 and is widely expected to leave Germany for a Premier League club in the transfer window. The Japanese international is being tipped to move to Manchester United but will not reveal his thoughts on his future until after Dortmund's final game of the season - the DFB Cup final against Bayern Munich this weekend.