ROME – The dance of Mario Gotze in a leopard-print dress with her partner, it would have been the drop that made the vase overflow. Thus, the Borussia Dortmund, would have decided to say goodbye to the German footballer. As reported by the Sun, in fact, the video published in March by Gotze and partner in leopard-print dress for a challenge on TikTok would have influenced the decision of the yellow and black company, which announced the farewell of the former Bayern Munich at the end of the season with a transfer free. Gotze is 27 years old and returned to Signal Iduna Park from Bayern in 2016 but his return to Dortmund was marked by several injuries and physical problems. This season, he has only racked up five league appearances. Borussia decided to leave Gotze because it failed to improve on the field after several injuries but also, according to the English tabloid, for its lifestyle far from the pitch. His attitudes, especially on social networks, would have contributed to the farewell. With an Instagram following of 8.4 million followers, the player would seem more concerned about his social ‘performance’ together with his wife and influencer Ann-Kathrin Brommel. The confirmation for the leadership of Borussia would have been propio the video of March in leopard print dress.
Gotze likes it in Serie A
The Coronavirus pandemic has paralyzed the finances of many clubs, leaving them with little room for maneuver for the next transfer market session. Gotze’s future is far from Dortmund and could be in the Serie A championship. The player is liked by several Italian teams, including the Rome. The prospect of hiring a player of the caliber of Gotze on a free transfer is tempting to many teams.