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Sky Report:
BVB prepared to part company with Wolf after the season

By Peter Weis   @PeterVicey

Sky Germany reports that Borussia Dortmund have no interest in renewing the expiring contract of fullback/winger Marius Wolf. 
Marius Wolf
Marius WolfSandro Halank CC-BY-SA 4.0
Despite the fact that he did finally manage to establish himself with Dortmund last spring and even received call ups to the German national team, Marius Wolf appears to have no future with his current club. Sky Germany reports that Dortmund have no interest in renewing the expiring contract of the 28-year-old. Wolf - along with fellow fullback Thomas Meunier - will be allowed to depart the club on a free.

The experienced German footballing professional who has also reprinted 1860 Munich, Hannover 96, Eintracht Frankfurt, Hertha BSC, and 1. FC Köln does maintain an estimated market worth of €8 million in the latest transfermarkt listings. At present, however, it does not appear as if any Bundesliga side has any interest in securing his services.

Wolf could be headed for a move abroad come summer. The Westphalians ostensibly wouldn't mind cashing in on Wolf during the coming January transfer window, but must first both procure a replacement and find an interested party. Wolf has made 15 appearances across all competitions thus far this year.

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