Borussia Dortmund is also cautious when it comes to the future. “At the moment it is mostly about overcoming the current situation and working in perspective,” said sports director Michael Zorc. “We are in an unprecedented situation in professional football”he pointed out.His counterpart in Leipzig, Markus Krösche, is currently working rather in perspective. “I am looking at alternatives for the next two years and I look at leagues that maybe until now I haven’t paid much attention to, “he said. “But currently it is not possible to close any specific agreement”he concluded. FC Schalke 04 has suspended all its possible ups and downs of players due to the pause in the season to stop the spread of the coronavirus, confirmed the entity’s sports director, Jochen Schneider, in an interview by Sport1.“In our case there is a suspension of contracts and investments”Schneider noted. “All the transfer talks are frozen at the moment, too. Now it’s about other things. We must set priorities.”he added.The manager added that the world of football will meet in summer with “a completely different transfer market.” “We don’t even know when it will start, because maybe we will need July to finish the season,” he explained.