For months, Karim Adeyemi has been associated with RB Salzburg with a change to the German Bundesliga. Both the FC Bavaria and Borussia Dortmund should have the sensors outstretched after the national player. DFB Director Oliver Bierhoff now advised the striker to a change to BVB.
“I’d like to see him in the Bundesliga,” said Bierhoff in an interview with “Sky”.
At Adeyemi’s decision on his future is important, “that he has a good sense of playing continuously,” the DFB Director emphasized. Bierhoff can imagine “that he sees Dortmund as a good step. Bavaria is the competition big”.
At Adeyemi many top clubs from Europe have interest. Favorite on a commitment should be Borussia Dortmund. At BVB, the national player, which costs up to 40 million euros, compete the succession of the Migrant Google Gorge Erling Haaland.
Before the Champions League duel against Bayern, Adeyemi himself has expressed itself to speculation. “As I have said many times: my focus is in Salzburg. It’s nothing clear. What happens in summer happens in summer,” said the 20-year-old striker.
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Most recently, in the “DFB Director1” podcast, “Dortmund week” was called that Adeyemi “necessarily want to go to BVB.
The crunching point in the negotiations, however, is little surprising, the poker around the transfer fee. Dortmund and Adeyemis Current employer RB Salzburg should “not quite agree” yet.
BVB is intended to be the podcast according to the podcast to pay 30 million euros plus certain bonus payments, salzburg probably demands around 45 million euros. With a “timely” decision is therefore not to be expected.
So or so is actually “relatively clear that Adeyemi, when he comes, becomes the most expensive transfer of club history”. To go this step, you are also ready at the Ruhr area, but not at any price. In the end everything is probably only “great poker”.
So far, Mats Hummels, Donyell paint and André Schürrle, with about 30 million euros at the top of the ranking, exceeded this value now probably still by Ousmane Dembélé, for which the BVB should have transferred 35 million euros due to various bonus payments now 35 million euros to Stade Rennes.