BVB to impose Bayern policy
Borussia Dortmund are set to impose a policy of refusing to sell players to arch rivals Bayern Munich going forward.
Having pushed Bayern Munich for the Bundesliga crown this season, BVB ultimately fell short as the Bavarian giants managed to once again retain the German crown.
Robert Lewandowski, Mats Hummels and Mario Gotze were all big names at Dortmund who were snapped up by Bayern for big money in the past and now reports in Germany have suggested BVB will make a stand going forward.
By not selling on players for any price to Bayern, and with the arrival of defender Nico Schulz, playmaker Julian Brandt and forward Thorgan Hazard, Dortmund are hoping they can end their wait for a Bundesliga title next season.