Borussia Dortmund hold talks with defender Nico Schulz after domestic violence claims

Borussia Dortmund hold talks with defender Nico Schulz after domestic violence claims

Borussia Dortmund say they have held talks with German defender Nico Schulz after allegations of domestic violence were made against the player.
It has been reported the player’s ex-partner has filed a criminal complaint against him for domestic violence in 2020 and an investigation has started.
Schulz, 29, denies the allegations.
Dortmund said it was not aware of the allegations until they emerged in the German media on Saturday, but they were “extremely serious and shocking”.
The Bundesliga club said at this early stage it could not take any action.
Schulz has been capped 12 times by his country, although he has not played for them since 2020.

The left-back has played 61 games for Dortmund since joining in 2019, but was not included in the squad for Saturday’s 1-0 win against Bayer Leverkusen.

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