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German Bundesliga

Rafael van der Vaart to lead exodus at struggling Hamburg

Rafael van der Vaart and Marcell Jansen have been told they do not have futures with Hamburg.

Both will be out of contract in the summer and neither will be offered new terms, the Bundesliga club's director of sport Dietmar Beiersdorfer said.

Meanwhile, Heiko Westermann and Slobodan Rajkovic face uncertainty over their futures.

"Rafael and Marcell know that we are not going to hold any talks with them over contract extensions," Beiersdorfer told his club's official website.

"With Heiko and Slobodan,...

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Ex-Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert refuses to rule out Bundesliga return

Aston Villa fans are hoping manager Paul Lambert adds some attacking impetus during the January window.
Former Borussia Dortmund and Celtic midfielder Lambert was relieved of his duties by Aston Villa in February/

Ex-Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert has not ruled out making a coaching return in the Bundesliga.

Lambert, 45, was sacked in early February with his side locked in a Premier League relegation battle, with the side now three points above the drop zone under the guidance of new coach Tim Sherwood.

The Scot enjoyed success as a player in Germany, impressing for Borussia Dortmund as they beat Juventus 3-1 in the 1997 Champions League final in his single season in Germany.

Speaking to the Bundesliga's...

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Kevin De Bruyne should still be playing for Chelsea - Eden Hazard

ESPN FC's Ross Dyer says John Terry re-upping for one more year is crucial pillar for Jose Mourinho to continue his pursuit of the Champions League crown.

Eden Hazard has suggested Jose Mourinho was wrong to allow Kevin De Bruyne to leave Chelsea.

De Bruyne was sold by Chelsea to Wolfsburg in January 2014 after he failed to impress Mourinho during the first half of last season.

Since his move to Germany, however, the Belgium international has gone on to flourish, with his nine goals and 16 assists this season helping his club up to second in the Bundesliga.

"He is a great player," Hazard said of his international teammate to L'Equipe ahead of Belgium's...

Wolfsburg's Kevin De Bruyne open to Chelsea return - sources

Kevin De Bruyne has quickly become the Bundesliga's hottest commodity and VfL Wolfsburg hope to retain his services at season's end.

Kevin De Bruyne would consider a move back to Chelsea despite barely featuring in his time at Stamford Bridge, sources told ESPN FC.

The in-demand Belgium midfielder's immediate future probably rests on whether Wolfsburg qualify for the Champions League, but he would be open to the possibility of a second spell in London.

Manchester United and Manchester City are also interested in the 23-year-old, who is the most creative player in the major European leagues with 24 assists already this season,...