Ramy Bensebaini will probably leave Borussia Mönchengladbach on a free transfer at the end of the season. The Algerian's contract is expiring, and BVB are currently said to have the best cards for a commitment. Bensebaini's adviser now also confirmed these negotiations; Discussions are not only held with the black and yellow Borussia.
On Saturday, Sky reported "well advanced" talks between BVB and Ramy Bensebaini. Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano was able to confirm this information a little later. Everything seems to point to a move from the Algerian left-back to Dortmund.
On Sunday, Bensebaini's advisor Jaspal Singh Gill told Sport1 about the rumours: "I can confirm that there are talks with BVB," he explained - but added that there were "talks with other international clubs too". This is not surprising given that Bensebaini wants to review all his options given his contract is expiring. The talks are currently not supposed to be really final with any club (this also applies to BVB). "At the moment we are not in front of any agreement with any club. Ramy has not yet made a final decision for himself," said consultant Gill. He also emphasized that Bensebaini is "a player who is interesting for many clubs and fits in everywhere."
This article was originally confirmed on 90min.com/de as an advisor Bensebaini negotiations - but not only with BVB! released.