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The wheels come off for Lewandowski


This is what Robert Lewandowski's car looked like today. Well, if you will leave for a rival club... via @uersfeld


Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski, who recently confirmed he will be joining Bayern Munich in the summer, woke up this morning to find all four wheels of his Porsche missing.

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Hummels out for fortnight

Mats Hummels will be out for s couple of weeks. Credit: PA

Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels has been ruled out for a fortnight with an ankle injury, although it is not a relapse of the problem which saw him sidelined for two months.

The Germany international took a blow to the same foot in a friendly game with Fortuna Dusseldorf on Tuesday morning.

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Dortmund seal Jojic deal

Borussia Dortmund have confirmed the signing of Milos Jojic from Partizan Belgrade.

The 21-year-old attacking midfielder has signed a contract with the Westphalian club until 2018 and will fill the void left by a serious knee injury to Jakub Blaszczykowski.


Klopp questions Dortmund desire

Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp questioned his side's desire after they were held at home to a 2-2 draw by Augsburg on Saturday.

We had such high hopes, but then the team suddenly cramped up at a certain stage and we lost all the ease of our play.

I could only very rarely see the joy in this wonderful game. Our opponents showed it a lot more because they liked to make a physical game out of it.

– Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp

Lewandowski denies assaulting teenager outside his house

Borussia Dortmund forward Robert Lewandowski has denied assaulting a teenager after being accused of striking a 17-year-old who taunted him.

The teenager claimed that Lewandowski, who has agreed to join Bayern Munich in the summer, struck him on the head in response to a rude gesture.

In a note on his Facebook page, Lewandowski wrote:

I have been forced to react to what happened outside my house before the media make a big deal out of it.

It's not up to me to teach 17-year-olds, who only act tough when they are in groups, how to behave, but I won't allow my family to be insulted.

At the same time I want to make it clear that I did not resort to violence against the people who offended my private sphere.

I hope this remains an isolated incident and that I can focus fully on playing the second half of the season for Borussia in peace and quiet.

– Borussia Dortmund forward Robert Lewandowski
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