Jadon Sancho and Erling Haaland were part of a star-studded Borussia Dortmund travelling party that left Germany on Monday for a week-long training camp in Switzerland ahead of the 2020/21 season.
New signings Jude Bellingham and Thomas Meunier, who moved to Dortmund from Birmingham City and Paris Saint-Germain respectively, were also included. They could line out in black and yellow for the first time in pre-season friendlies against Austrian top-flight sides SCR Altach and Austria Vienna on 12 and 16 August.
Club captain Marco Reus and veteran full-back Marcel Schmelzer were left behind in order to continue their rehabilitation from injury, but plenty of other players will get the chance to impress BVB head coach Lucien Favre in picturesque Bad Ragaz.
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American youngster Gio Reyna broke through to the first-team in 2019/20, and 15-year-old goalscoring sensation Youssoufa Moukoko and 18-year-old winger Ansgar Knauff will hope that they’re the next to catch the eye of Favre in his native Switzerland.
Midfielder Tobias Raschl made his Bundesliga debut on the final day of the 2019/20 campaign, and he has been joined on the trip by Germany U16 defender Nnamdi Collins and Netherlands U19 attacking midfielder Immanuel Pherai.
Those youngsters will be rubbing shoulders with first-team stalwarts like Julian Brandt, Emre Can, Thorgan Hazard, Mats Hummels and Axel Witsel as Dortmund continue preparations for their 2020/21 Bundesliga opener at home to Borussia Mönchengladbach on the weekend of 18 September.
Reserve-team regulars such as goalkeeper Stefan Drljaca, centre-back Maximilian Hippe and midfielder Taylan Duman were also on board as Dortmund flew to St. Gallen-Altenrhein airport in time to hold their first training session in Switzerland on Monday afternoon.
Dortmund's squad for Switzerland training camp (10-17 August): Akanji, Bellingham, Brandt, Bürki, Can, Collins, Dahoud, Delaney, Drljaca, Duman, Guerreiro, Haaland, Hazard, Hippe, Hitz, Hummels, Knauff, Meunier, Morey, Moukoko, Passlack, Piszczek, Pherai, Raschl, Reyna, Sancho, Schulz, Unbehaun, Witsel, Wolf, Zagadou.