Borussia Monk-ngladbach must continue to manage without midfielder Denis Zakaria in the foreseeable future.
Although the 23-year-old Swiss completed part of the team training again recently. A comeback is still not in the room. He’s not ready yet. His return is open. It also shows that it has not yet been so close,”Gladbach coach Marco Rose said to Fohlen.TV “.
Zakaria was at seven. In March at the game against the BVB (1:2) in a collision with Torwart Yann Sommer attracted a knee injury. Since then, the performer was no longer in place for the foal-nelf.
An intended use in the test game against Fortuna Dusseldorf on Thursday (4:0) has not been achieved.
Gladbach: Rose “glad” about Embolo’s performance
The performance of his team against the two-time performer called Rose “decent”. The coach praised: “We won with a team that basically has quality. We had some really good guys in the square, but we had to improvise. Our two defenders usually play outside. Back there it got wild again, Oscar Wendt had to play at six. But the boys did well for that and we played to zero again.”
Rose was particularly happy with the progress Breel Embolo is making after his joint problems. The 23-year-old ex-switch tied a double pack against Dusseldorf.
“I’m glad he stayed healthy for the week. With this strain, he is an option for us in the coming weeks,”Rose said with regard to the attacker, who was allowed to renounce the country-playing phase with the swordsmen due to an agreement with the Swiss Football Association (SFV). The Gladbach Exercise Manager gave the SFV a “big thank you”. Borussia can now “build on” Embolo.