Rohl explains why ex-Dortmund star Nico Shulz is training with Sheffield Wednesday

Danny Rohl has addressed the claims that Nico Schulz is training with Sheffield Wednesday.

After being cut by Borussia Dortmund in the summer, Nico Schulz was said to have connected with the Owls in recent weeks, according to yesterday’s story.

In addition to playing for Hertha Berlin, Borussia Monchengladbach, Hoffenheim, and Dortmund, the defender has played for the German national team on 12 occasions.

Having known Schulz from his days back home, Danny Rohl has invited him to train with the first squad. After four years at Signal Iduna Park, the 30-year-old has not found a new club.

After the January transfer window ended, Sheffield Wednesday had stated that they would investigate the free agency market. They were hoping to sign Kristjan Pedersen, a left-back, but were left without him after he sustained an injury.

The fact that the Owls are currently training with a free-agent left-back seems like a coincidence, but Danny Rohl has now addressed his presence to downplay rumours of an impending signing.

The 34-year-old stated in an interview with The Star, “He is a training guest who is in training with us.

It’s just training right now, but we’ll see. For me, having my team train well was more essential than anything else; he was just a member of the group.

“Discussing a player’s personal matters when he isn’t formally contracted with Sheffield Wednesday is absurd. Right now, that is the situation—he is training.

Will Sheffield Wednesday really sign Nico Schulz?

Nico Schulz has an abundance of expertise both in the international arena and at the highest level.

Although it makes sense given his friendship with Danny Rohl, it would be shocking if they were able to make such a signing.


Germany Training And Press Conference

Despite not playing for Dortmund in the previous season, the German is unquestionably much beyond the level of a Championship relegation battle.

Additionally, according to reports, he was making roughly £100,000 a week in the Bundesliga, so moving to Hillsborough would not be feasible for him even at a 50% salary cut.

The skill Rohl brings from his time in Germany is very encouraging, though, and if he can keep Sheffield Wednesday going, perhaps he can bring in some more exciting but realistic additions.


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