Team Fjörtoft, led by host Jan Aage Fjörtoft (@JanAageFjortoft) and co-host Markus Fjörtoft (@MarkusFjortoft), bring you the latest talking points, news, analysis, and behind-the-scenes insight in discussion with the main sources from around the football world, featuring special guests. As a former footballer and pitch-side reporter, Jan Aage travels the football world and talks to all the big players on and off the field. In "PodSaveTheBall", he welcomes you into this world.
The Latest (and Biggest) Transfer News
Some stars have just completed their moves. Others are not moving... while some could still be on the move. We discuss: Thiago, Alaba, Bale, Sørloth, and Sancho.
Inside The Hottest Transfer-Deals
Here We Go! There have been a lot of speculations around the future of Sancho, Havertz and Thiago. I am very proud to get two of the few insiders in the 'World of Transfers' as my guests - Christian Falk and Fabrizio Romano. In my chat with them, they're very clear on the questions that people want answered! True/Not true?
Lutz Pfannenstiel: Unplugged
In this new edition of "Unplugged", we get straight to it. We ask the questions we all want answers to. Lutz Pfannenstiel gives us the answers to: What really happened with Werner? The German solidarity surrounding the start of the Bundesliga - why weren't all the clubs "loyal"? Who are the best sports directors in Germany? Where does Havertz end up? And what about Sancho?
Timo Werner Special
In this Timo Werner special, I talk to Christian Falk (Head of Football @SPORTBILD & @BILD_Sport) about how Werner ticks, what his options are (have Chelsea and Manchester United actually entered the frame?), how and when it will happen, Leipzig's promise, if the transfer fee could stand in the way, and the Premier League dream he wants fulfilled.
“Special Edition" with Alf-Inge Haaland following "THAT Haaland interview"
“Special Edition of #PodSaveTheBall”: There have been some reactions following a Erling Haaland-interview after the game against Schalke this weekend. Here I speak to his father and advisor Alfie Haaland about their reactions to the criticism and if he understands how some of his answers can be perceived as "arrogant".
Ahead of the Bundesliga restart this weekend, I'll take you through a full breakdown of the league: Why is the Bundesliga return "necessary"? Is it a two-horse race for the title or can Nagelsmann's Leipzig as "der lachende dritte" run away with it? Is this Dortmund's last chance at winning it for a while? Why Bayern can come out stronger than anyone else from the pandemic. Who will grab the last European spot? Is my old club Eintracht Frankfurt still a contender? What is going on in Berlin? And what are the reasons for the fall of the once mighty Werder Bremen as they desperately battle relegation?