AMAZON have announced they will be airing a Manchester City-style behind-the-scenes documentary with Borussia Dortmund – showing off all of the club's secrets.
The show is set to explore all aspects of a thrilling 2018-19 season – where Dortmund missed out on the Bundesliga title on the final day to Bayern Munich.
2 Amazon are set to air a docu-series on Borussia Dortmund's 2018-19 seasonCredit: Gett
The four-part docu-series, Inside Borussia Dortmund, will see an episode released every Friday until its September 13 finale.
Amazon ordered the series from producer and director Aljoscha Pause – who has made a film about a certain Dortmund star already, called Being Mario Gotze.
The digital platform has already been home to a similar series surrounding Manchester City's historic 2017-18 season – a roaring success.
All Or Nothing: Manchester City included never-before-seen dressing room footage from Pep Guardiola.
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It's also delved into the lives of the superstar players both on and off the pitch.
Should Dortmund's be even remotely similar, we can expect a massive insight into the lives of the likes of England star Jadon Sancho and boss Lucien Favre.
Meanwhile, Sancho has revealed he has no regrets at leaving Man City for Germany – but did admit he will "always love" Guardiola.
The Three Lions winger said: "When I left City, people doubted me.
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"They said, 'Oh, you shouldn't leave Pep Guardiola'. But I thought it was best for me.
"I'll always love Pep and the club because they signed me from Watford and helped me to develop into who I am today, and of course I'm also grateful to Dortmund.
"I've been able to take the next step there. I'm thankful to everyone who has been part of my journey so far."