Immediate back-to-back Bundesliga wins under new coach Peter Stöger is at least a welcome change of fortune for beleaguered Dortmund. Now the winter break allows for renewed stability and the return of key players. The team remains very much in the mix for UEFA competition next season, while a deep run in the current Europa League may significantly make up for a premature Champions League exit, as evident in our newly-introduced minor downgrades. Recent Q1 results show the success of Dortmund’s transfer policy, which is generating substantial hidden reserves in player values. Quarterly EBITDA of €81.4m, driven by the remarkable sale of Dembélé to Barcelona, provides ample scope for reinvestment and alone all but guarantees a record outturn this year.

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