Livescore Wednesday, April 24

Raphael Guerreiro has confirmed he will leave Borussia Dortmund when his contract expires at the end of this season.

Guerreiro, 29, has spent the past seven years at Dortmund after joining from French side Lorient in 2016.

The versatile left-sided player posted a farewell to Dortmund fans on social media, following the end of their Bundesliga campaign at the weekend.

Guerreiro said: “After seven amazing years, it’s time for me to say good bye to you all with a lot of sadness.

“The memories I made here taught me a lot on myself on the pitch but also helped me a lot knowing what I really love in football.

“I have always been myself while learning and improving here and I will never forget the love I got from the fans and my team-mates during these seven years. I had the chance to play with some fantastic players!”

Guerreiro made 224 appearances for Dortmund across all competitions, scoring 40 goals.

The Portugal international remained an important first-team player this season, playing 36 times and contributing six goals and 14 assists.

Guerreiro started his last game for Dortmund on Saturday, with the 2-2 draw against Mainz allowing rivals Bayern Munich to leapfrog them and claim the Bundesliga crown with a 2-1 win over Koln.

Though he leaves Germany without lifting a league title, Guerreiro twice won the German Cup while at Dortmund.

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