In view of the fixed newcomers, the end of Marco Rose near Borussia Dortmund came as a surprise on Friday. With Nico Schlotterbeck, BVB's star shopping has now commented on the coaching quake.

The separation of rose was "surprising" for him, the central defender admitted after the lost DFB Cup final with SC Freiburg on Saturday evening at "Sky".

In view of the final with the Breisgauer, the 22-year-old emphasized that he had not yet dealt in detail with the decision of his future club.

The national player signed a contract with BVB in early May. In summer, Schlotterbeck then switched from Freiburg to Borussia for around 20 million euros.

In addition to the defender, the Dortmund with Niklas Süle and Karim Adeyemi lashed two other top -class new additions that should fit into the game idea of the shot rose.

Allegedly, the former trainer was also intensively involved in all transfer efforts and, in personal conversations, also did persuasion for BVB, it is said.

Schlotterbeck, however, made it clear that he was convinced of his move to Dortmund even without a rose. "I was convinced of the Borussia Dortmund vision, so I did the [the change, editor's note]. Now the change of coach came, so you have to live in football," he made it clear.

Schlotterbeck: Don't know who will be BVB coach

However, nobody had yet told him who would train the runner -up in the future. The newcomer expressed his trust in the top of the club when searching for the coach. He was certain that you will find "a good solution so that we can hopefully bring the trophy to Dortmund next year."

Schlotterbeck had only lost the cup final with SC Freiburg 2: 4 with SC Freiburg on Saturday. Previously, despite the majority, the Breisgauer could not bring a 1-0 lead against RB Leipzig over time. However, the defensive chief made a fantastic game and was elected player of the game.

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However, Schlotterbeck did not dare in the penalty shootout. "I took no responsibility in the penalty shootout, I didn't have the eggs that way," he summed it up.